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Old 23.07.2021, 01:14
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Question Suggestion - script "highlight" disabled by JD due to error

Hello everybody
I was convinced that it had already been talked about, but looking on the forum I did not find anything .....
So I was wondering:

premises
- In the EventScript window you can create and manage scripts
- when you run a script with a defect or that generates a JD error, it automatically "disables" it [ after the pop-up <error, ... etc >> ]
- in the window the eventscripts are only:

[v] enable or
[ ] disabled

could you have a something indicating which one was disabled by jd due to error? [to differentiate them from those disabled by the user? ]

something like a third color of the box that disappears if the user re-enables the script [or a second box next to the current one that changes when the user re-enables]?

ex

[v][ ] --> script enable fron user (and running ?)
[ ][ ]---> script disabled fron user
[ ][X] ---> script disabled fron JD

the user "commands" only the small box that is already there, the second would be commanded directly by the program :

[ ][X] ---> if the script get an error / crash .... explode
now the user it does modify and <enable>
-------------------------> [v ][ ]

is such a thing feasible?
or change the color of the script name or something else as simple as possible.
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Old 23.07.2021, 11:45
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I think either highlight the complete row for = contains error
or
just different color/icon for the *enabled* checkbox
or
add an additional column in table with status like
running, enabled, disabled, error
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