As Shashidhar pointed out, the existing hierarchy viewer will produce similar results
Find All Sequence Calls could be misleading. Since Sequence Call Steps can specify sequences dynamically at runtime with an expression, implementing a "Where Used" type feature would basically recreate hierarchy viewer
Thanks for the feedback!
Forgive me for the cavalcade of suggestions this week...
One of my favorite options in the LabVIEW development environment is the "Find all Instances" context menu option, whereby one is able to locate all calls to the particular SubVI.
I have long wished that something similar were available in the TestStand Sequence Editor. I'd like to propose a "Find All Sequence Calls" context menu selection when right-clicking on a sequence in the Sequence pane. This could leverage the Find tool, but save the user from copying and pasting the name of the sequence. (And save the user from configuring the search options to narrow down the results) It'd be nice to be able to define the scope of the "find" operation to either the selected sequence or all sequences in memory, but I'd settle for a simple search of the open sequence.