It's great to be able to scroll vertically and horizontally in the navigator, but when working on a complicated site build it can be difficult to see the full structure within the navigator at times.
Or at least a horizontal scrollbar at the bottom to see what's hidden.
This needs to be done without question. If you are dealing with a tremendous project having the ability to take up as much space with the navigator or even pull it off the window and put it on another monitor would be super ideal.
Yes, this is needed! Both for class names, and for the DOM.
Related discussions which may be useful when considering this: - https://forum.webflow.com/t/hoist-feature-for-navigator/7768- https://forum.webflow.com/t/possibility-to-open-classes-or-interactions-list-in-a-new-window-for-easier-navigation/7621
Only 27 votes? I have a 34 inch monitor and the the navigator is screaming to be released.
I agree this is necessary. When the hierarchy is more than 3-4 elements deep I cant read full element names. Side scrolling or a draggable panel would be very helpful.
Please do this sometime soon! The scroll bar helps, but it is awkward to use, as I flip back and forth between what I need to see and editing elements in the Navigator.
Changing this would make a HUGE difference.
this would make it a lot easier to see things that are nested several layer deep.
Please! This gets really, really, aggravatingly annoying, trying to inspect elements in such a narrow space and the ability to scroll side to side is tedious. Being able to widen the navigator or to be able to deck it in another window or elsewhere would be wonderful.
Being able to arrange all the panels customizing them would be even better. We could have two or more viewable together instead of having to keep clicking on one then back to the other repeatedly.
Cannot believe nearly 2 years late this has not been done
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