When following tutorials, I often come across one of the Math nodes ("Greater than", "Power", "Modulo"...), which, unless you use the Compositor for several hours every day, I don't think you can know by heart.
Of course, I usually end up assuming that the nodes I'm looking for are inside the "Math" node - and usually that's exactly where they are.
I just came across a tutorial requesting this node:
Sure enough, I thought I'd find it in the Math node. Not there.
I searched again:
I think it would be a great idea for the developers of Blender to show these words in search results even if the word is a part of the node (rather than the node's name itself), for example:
Math > Modulo
could show up in the search results, thus informing the user where the node they're looking for is and what it's hidden inside.
Does anyone know of a way to find where to find certain functions of a node when it doesn't show up in the search results (or when it's a sub-menu of a node)?
Ideally an offline way of doing this.
Going back to look for the Soft Light...