The File Path Editor browser displays a list of all paths that are used in Maya. Each file path can be expanded to display the files nested beneath it. When a file is selected in the browser, the node for that file is selected in Maya. When a path is selected in the browser, the nodes for the files that exist in that path are selected in Maya.
The different file-based elements are listed in the browser as "nodeName [filename]". For example, a reference node of the file test.ma is listed as testRN [test.ma]. If the file is an image sequence, the file name displays as a sequence pattern. For example, test.0001.jpg is listed as test.####.jpg.
The top level of the File Path Editor browser indicates the number of resolved and unresolved file paths. Additionally, a resolution status icon displays to the left of each file path listed in the browser. These icons let you quickly pinpoint unresolved file paths.
|Resolved||No paths are unresolved.|
|Warning||Some paths are unresolved.|
|Unresolved||All paths are unresolved.|
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