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With a path selected, Shift+Click or Control+Click on another path.
If you copy several paths into one path and save - you are able to make visible all paths (better: this new path with all included paths) at once.
Thanks for trying, but this doesn't work.
(Note: on my Mac, Command is the same as Control on PC.)
1. Shift-click does the same as click:
This highlights in the panel and displays in the image only the path that is clicked.
2. Control-click :
This highlights in the panel and displays in the image only the path that is control-clicked, in dashed lines, which cannot respond to path selection tool. Dashes persist if the same or another path is clicked.
Peculiarity? These paths were generated and saved by a script ( "plot pixel value" from the Scripts forum). Because I know nothing about Java, I'm guessing that the last line in it does the save:
actactiveDocument.pathItems.add('Plot'+Math.random().toString().substr(2), pth); .toSource());
Use the direct select tool (White arrow) and drag a box around the second path to make its points active. Copy it Cmd c
Select the first path and paste Cmd v
Repeat for the other paths
Or start by making a new path and paste all the paths onto that.
On the other hand, if you just want all the paths to be visible, simply select them all