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This addon will save me hours of wasted time searching pages that have a particular block. Such a simple method of …
Trouble finding the block type you have created and used on one or two pages (or stacks even)? No worries anymore. Block Finder will find them for you. Select the Block Type you're looking for and hit "Search". You will see a list of all pages and stacks using this specific Block Type and you can click the "Outline Instances" button on the right to go to the page/stack to get a border/outline on all of these instances. You see DIRECTLY which of the blocks you're searching for.
Go to Dashboard - Stacks & Blocks - Block Finder.
No, I haven't found a proper way to do so yet. This is due to the redirect being applied after going to the "Add Instances" page/function. You can still click the "Outline Instances" button and be directly in the edit mode to add content wherever you'd like to.
I don't know. Just try it out and see for yourself. I can still polish some code if neccessary, but as far as I could test with a couple of pages, it just works. Feel free to send me a code update if you feel like it though!
Could be, there's an Add-On for concrete5 5.6.x available with more or less the same options. This is named Where Is My Block. This one will not work on 5.7.x and does not have the "Outline Instances" and "Delete Instances" functionalities.