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Old 24.03.2020, 23:48
Bosco Talwain Bosco Talwain is offline
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Default allow me to "disable" a package even if part of contents already disabled

This is something that comes up a lot for me: I will have a package that contains a mixture of enabled and disabled files, and I then need to disable all the active files in that package quickly. However, I cannot right click on the package and select "disable" to disable the entire package because some of the contents of the package are already disabled. I then have to scroll down the dozens of files inside the package, selecting only the enabled files one at a time, and then disabling them. It would be great if the disable option was available on a package when the package contains a mixture of enabled and disabled files; it would save me a lot of work. Thank you for considering this request and for all the work you put into this program.
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Old 25.03.2020, 15:16
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this is already easily possible by modifying the action of the "Enable/Disable" context menu item:

You can also e.g. do the following to make this even more comfortable:
- Define a hotkey for that action
- Add the "Enable" action aghain and set it to "Enable" so you have a separate "Enable" and "Disable" selection in your contextmenu

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