Rider (2021.3.2) how to change active framework?

When a project is multi-targeting, there used to be a selector on the bottom status bar that showed me which framework I was looking at, and let me switch to a different one. That selector seems to be missing from 2021.3.2? I can't tell which framework I'm looking at, and I can't switch to a different one. I have warnings in the one that I'm not looking at, so they are reported but don't appear in the code window since it's the wrong framework being shown and I can't change to the correct one.

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Hi Dave Cousineau

Please, create two separate run configurations for each target framework. Follow this thread for more details. 

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seems inconvenient? is this intended and the old way has officially been removed? there used to be a popup/combobox at the bottom that showed the targeted frameworks. if anything it would be nice if that box was always there, even when single-targeting, since it's nice to know which framework I'm looking at regardless if it's multi-targeted or not.

also as it says in the linked conversation, a library can be multi-targeted when the program project is not.

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Hi Dave Cousineau

I apologize for misleading you. The target framework selector is now located at the bottom of the editor - you can click on the project name to select the target framework you need. If you do not see this selector in your editor, please  check if Show breadcrumbs is enabled in Settings | Editor | General | Breadcrumbs.

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Thanks that works, I do it see it there when a multi-targeted file is open.

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