Feature request: Go to noodle destination

When in Prototype view, the destination of an interaction is shown by a blue arrow (aka noodle). The destination may be off-screen. It may be very, very far off-screen. There should be a simple way to “go there” – to bring the destination frame into view, or select it so that I can use Shift-2 to bring it into view. And vice versa – a simple way to go to the origin of a noodle.

Currently I have to either follow the noodle by panning, or zoom out until I can see the destination, then zoom in. This is laborious.

How about a context menu when you right-click on a noodle, with the options:
Go to destination / Go to origin / Interaction details

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When in Prototype view, the destination of an interaction is shown by a blue arrow (aka noodle). The destination may be off-screen. It may be very, very far off-screen. There should be a simple way to “go there” – to bring the destination frame into view, or select it so that I can use Shift-2 to bring it into view. And vice versa – a simple way to go to the origin of a noodle.

Currently I have to either follow the noodle by panning, or zoom out until I can see the destination, then zoom in. This is laborious.

Here is a suggestion for the UI in the interaction popup:


Clicking on the icon would move the view to the destination or originating frame.

(This is a re-post. I’m submitting it again after the recent quality-of-life improvements to prototyping, and to add UI mockup.)

Thanks for the feedback, @Francois_Jordaan1!

We’ve re-opened and merged your two feature requests together. We’ll pass this onto the Prototyping team for future consideration.