|My beacon many a night|
A few months ago, I took a brief hiatus on blogging to concentrate on studying for my FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Airframe and Powerplant tests. As many of us encounter, there are only so many hours in the day, and the body will only tolerate so much caffeine.
I’m proud to say that those tests have been passed now, and it is quite a thrill, and yes, a relief too.
But that means that my evenings are free to pursue other endeavors, and some of those evenings will involve building a few models in Fusion 360.
I don’t expect I’ll get too crazy with parts, my time is still somewhat limited. But I’ll share my adventures here as I learn new things.
So what’s the first thing I (re)learned?
How to search for a file I saved to the wrong location!
That’s right! I’m diligent about saving my files! What I don’t always do, is remember to make sure I save to the correct location!
However, Fusion 360 does have a way to fix that!
First, locate the search “magnifying glass” on the Fusion 360 data panel.
Once the magnifying glass is selected, the data panel shows a search window. All there is to do is type the name of the document you’re searching for, and click the search icon.
It helps me when I misplace my files. Perhaps it can help you too!
Good luck! I hope this helps!