View name does show up in the element parameters. Note that these are not sorted alphabetically so it helps to sort them by name sometimes.
If your view isn’t really a view (let’s say it’s something other than a view but is in more along the lines of a view type) you’ll get results like your first post a few days back. These non-view elements which show up when selecting by category are important to the project and don’t get purged unless you do something rather odd. I used to know what these were for but it’s escaping me at the moment. In any case because they don’t get deleted or made obsolete as normal views might they tend to become the ‘first’ items in the list when you get all views by category (these are sorted by element id).
Try getting all views the way you did and then wire in an Element.GetParameterValueByName node with a parameter value of “View Name” and you’ll start to see what I mean.