Once nodes are connected across stacks/timepoints, you can use the Map Plot to visualize and browse all the nodes and their connections in the entire hyperstack.
This is an example node map plot with 210 runs (0..209), one per row. Each run represents a node that is connected across multiple stacks/timepoints. The node run we are using as a Pivot Point is selected in teale. There is a user selected run (purple), starting at a node in time point 11 (yellow dot)
In the hyperstack stack window, selecting a point will select it in the node map.
Select a point in the map, right click and ‘Show in Hyperstack’.
Red marks branch-point that were subtracted.
Teal markes the current ‘Capture Fiduciary’
Yellow marks the current selection in the hyperstack window