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I love that you can hover your mouse over most of the blender settings and a help bubble pops up and lets you know where the python equivalent attribute lives. However if the location is long it is chopped down with '...' essentially making the-hard-to find attributes harder to find.
Is there a way to disable the chopping so I can see the full path? Or are there other means that people use to find out where stuff lives, aside from searching the code-base?
(searching the code base can suck if the same attribute name is used in many areas of Blender, and even if you find where it is defined, the full path may not be obvious.)
For example, I am looking for the Cycles bake settings attributes, such as "Selected to Active" which is different from the Blender Render "Selected to Active" which lives here:
The Cycles version is truncated to this: