When reviewing catchments to check for contiguity (do the catchments have holes in, or disconnected parts), in ArcMap, I have used Data Driven pages to fly to each catchment, and then I can use Page Definitions to have the target catchment in one colour, and surrounding catchments in another. Because this is in the Map view, I can use the Identify tool, pan, zoom etc all with ease. Note, I never actually output the maps.
Having moved to ArcGIS Pro, I notice I can use the Map Series function in the Layout View, but if I want to zoom/pan/Identify, then I have to activate the Map Frame, and then deactivate it when I want to move on. This decreases my efficiency. Also, using the Layout View means I can see less of the map than the standard Map view.
I have seen on these forums someone suggested using the "Zoom to" function on an attribute table, but that removes the ability to use Page Definitions.
I have seen online that there is a function in ArcPy called SearchCursor. I wonder if it is possible to use this to recreate the functionality of the old Data Driven Pages toolbar within the Map View?
Any help greatly appreciated