Easy way to print out list of molecules from "find results" window in the "feature scores" tab

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Easy way to print out list of molecules from "find results" window in the "feature scores" tab tony considine  2022-09-13
 

I am trying to find an easy way to print out a list of small molecules that will fail a scoring model on account of having less than 3 isotopes. I can find the molecules by going to edit current scoring model, highlighting the row in the "Available feature scores" grid and then hovering the mouse underneath the "unknown" bar in the graph on the "Feature Scores" tab.

I can push the binoculars button and Skyline will fill in the "Find Results" window with the list of small molecules which are missing that score. However, I cannot find a way to easily print out that list of small molecules. I have tried using the menu item:
File > Export > mProphet Features
and exporting all of the feature scores to a CSV file and then look at it in something like Microsoft Excel.
The "PeptideModifiedSequence" column will contain the name of your molecule, and you can look for "#N/A" in the corresponding score column.

However, the issue is that I am using a dummy dataset to just find out which molecules will be excluded from the scoring model on account of having less than 3 isotopes. It looks like if it is not a hit from the dummy dataset I still get a lot of "#N/A" in the corresponding score column and these might have 3 or more isotopes. What would be ideal is if there was a way to just export the compounds ID’ed in the “find results” window with the list of small molecules which are missing the score from the scoring model. Any help would be greatly appreciated.