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Object count visibility in programs at all times Merged

At present, we only get a warning as to the number of objects used in a program when we get to 80 out of 100. 

This means that, often too late, we might realise that we aren't going to have enough objects to complete a program and have to go back to the drawing board to split the program functionality into multipple programs. This is easily done, especially if you underestimate how many objects a single object uses eg decision points and segmentation points.

I think it would be an easy win to simply give visibility to the number of objects used at all times.

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  • Apr 3 2019
  • Planned for Future Release
How will this idea be used?

Make it easier to track oject usage as a program develops. Sometimes the complexity of an iterative program isn't clear and only realising this at 80 out of 100 is too late

What is your industry? Consumer Products
What is the idea priority? Medium
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    Diane Bowman commented
    10 May 01:25

    Thank you for the idea! We will consider as a feature enhancement.