The search engine helps you to quickly find the desired items, packs, and custom contents by file names, folder names, authors, and tags.
- Search Field: Type in the keyword for searching.
- Search Filter: Click the Filter button to open the Search Options dialog
and choose the desired search filters.
The search engine will search content by its file name, folder name, author, and developer tag
- File Name: Find and display the assets whose file names
or file extensions match the keyword.
* The file extension is hidden by default, and you have to enable the Show Subfolder Items box to show it together with file name.
- Author: Find and display the assets whose author names match the keyword.
- Tag: Find and display the items with the tag names matching
* These tags may come from the content developer, or you customized in Content Manager.
- Folder Name : Find and display the items whose parent folder name matching the keyword.
- File Name: Find and display the assets whose file names or file extensions match the keyword.
You can type in the name of file extension or folder to find all contents in a specific category. It saves time by not having to click category buttons or select category nodes one by one.
In the Item View, type the keyword into the Search Field ("ccshoes" in this case).
Press the Enter key.
- The right pane displays all items in the Cloth > Shoes category, because
their names match the keyword.
* You can activate the Show Subfolder Items checkbox to show the item name including file extension.
- Click the "X" button in the field to clear the search, and type another
keyword ("gesture", in this case).
- The right pane displays all items in the
Animation > Gesture category, because they are stored in a folder whose name matches the keyword.
- Switch to the Pack View.
Type the keyword into the Search Field ("arm" in this case).
- The packs' names including the keyword will be displayed.
- The packs with item names matching the keyword will also be displayed.
* The above search results include template contents installed on different drives.
- Move to the Custom tab.
Switch to the target custom
drive to define the search scope for custom contents.
- Type the keyword into the Search Field ("weapon" in this case).
- The items with the developer or custom tag's name matching the
keyword will be displayed.
- Apply items from the search results shown under