If Where Used shows templates, it should also show the template building blocks

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Say for example you do a Where Used on a page. In the Uses tab, you'll see the Component templates, but not the building blocks used to implement them. (If the page template is inherited, you won't see that either, but for now let's keep that out of scope.)

My suggestion is that the template building blocks should also be shown. I understand that perhaps this is more interesting to developers than to others, so perhaps this could be governed by a user preference.

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  • This might be more of an implementation challenge as the used TBBs is in a different field; It's more of a plain-text field, right?

    All the same, I absolutely think this would be useful; I often end up making complex diagrams in notebooks to trace how one TBB relates to another.

  • My main use case is that I want to open the templating implementation.