It is possible to zoom into the sub map of an alias of a container. However note that:
- This is equivalent to zooming into the child map of the original.
- Unlike the original container, the original's child notes are not drawn in the viewport of the alias of the container.
- The alias container shows any table expression or container plot used by the original, which can be useful for dashboards.
- Aliases of agent containers are drawn the same way as normal containers, i.e. with the title bar at the top. It is thus not possible to distinguish from icon layout alone whether the original is an agent or a normal container.
From v9.1.0. it is possible to zoom into an alias of a container by double-clicking its body or by selecting the alias container and pressing the down-arrow key (↓). The map then displayed is always the map of the original container. Using the up-arrow key (↑) or the breadcrumb bar to navigate upwards will always result in the original container being selected. Note also, that if the alias originally drilled into was on a different map, the map shown will now be a different one.