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Old 10.06.2022, 13:09
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Default Feature Request: Option to negate LinkGrabber-filters

Example:
I want to create a filter which hides everything apart from files which are offline or unknown. Below filter works, but in Views pane I have to uncheck that filter to enable it, respectively to check the filter to disable it.



I have quite a few filters that work this way: uncheck to enable, check to disable

Please note that using isn't instead of is does not result in negation.



That's why I file this feature request about adding an option to negate filters, in order to be able to avoid those contradictions.
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Old 10.06.2022, 13:26
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@StefanM: I'm sorry but I don't understand.
Please know that a matching View rule will bypass Filter rules. That means when a View rule matches the link then Filters are not applied/processed
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Old 10.06.2022, 14:43
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@StefanM: You just want an option to tell View rules not to bypass Filter rules. So you can setup View rules that only work on list? Or do you mean something else?
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@StefanM: You just want an option to tell View rules not to bypass Filter rules. So you can setup View rules that only work on list? Or do you mean something else?
What I want is to switch. (Ich möchte die Resultate für Häkchen gesetzt / Häkchen nicht gesetzt tauschen, d.h. negieren)

With my example filter
a checked checkbox means disabled
an unchecked checkbox means enabled
This is quite confusing!


And I could not find a way to configure a filter the other way 'round.

So, I asked for an option to negate any filter result:
a checked checkbox means enabled
an unchecked checkbox means disabled

Just look at the name of my example rule: (because I cannot negate)
Uncheck to show only Offline & Unknown files and hide everything else

I have to remind myself, that I have to uncheck this filter, to get what I want, hiding all files, apart from Offline and Unknown that is.

But I would like to configure that filter, that
when I check the checkbox, only Offline & Unknown files are shown.
The name then could be:
Show only Offline & Unknown
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Old 10.06.2022, 17:03
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Actually it should read:
Switching the results of checked/unchecked checkbox
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Old 10.06.2022, 18:42
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@StefanM: I'm sorry but I don't understand!
Filter -> you enable a filter in order to hide/filter something
View -> you enable a view in order to show/not filter something. you then can quick enable/disable this view in quickfilter sidebar in Linkgrabber

Whenever there is a matchin View rule, Filter rules won't be applied/processed, links won't be filtered!

a matching filter means the link won't be processed/added to list. a matching view rule means the link will be processed/added to list and you can later enable/disable the view
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Old 14.06.2022, 18:13
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@StefanM: I'm sorry but I don't understand!
Filter -> you enable a filter in order to hide/filter something
View -> you enable a view in order to show/not filter something. you then can quick enable/disable this view in quickfilter sidebar in Linkgrabber

Whenever there is a matchin View rule, Filter rules won't be applied/processed, links won't be filtered!

a matching filter means the link won't be processed/added to list. a matching view rule means the link will be processed/added to list and you can later enable/disable the view
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Old 14.06.2022, 18:27
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@StefanM: I'm sorry but I don't understand!
Filter -> you enable a filter in order to hide/filter something
View -> you enable a view in order to show/not filter something. you then can quick enable/disable this view in quickfilter sidebar in Linkgrabber

Whenever there is a matchin View rule, Filter rules won't be applied/processed, links won't be filtered!

a matching filter means the link won't be processed/added to list. a matching view rule means the link will be processed/added to list and you can later enable/disable the view
Hope it's not a crime, answering in German:

Es geht einfach nur darum, dass ich zurzeit Filter habe, die z.B. so lauten (weil ich sie nicht anders konfigurieren kann):

Code:
Uncheck to show only unknown and offline files

Heißt: Ich muss das Häkchen entfernen, damit mir nur Unknown und Offline angezeigt werden.
Ich hätte es gern umgekehrt also negiert:

Ich möchte aber ein Häkchen setzen, damit mir nur Unknown und Offline angezeigt werden.
Dazu möchte ich die Negierung gern haben.

Anders gesagt (Normalzustand):
  • Häkchen gesetzt: Anzeige X
  • Häkchen nicht gesetzt: Anzeige Y

Ich möchte alle Filter bei Bedarf so negieren können, dass gilt (negiert):
  • Häkchen gesetzt: Anzeige Y
  • Häkchen nicht gesetzt: Anzeige X

Hoffe, ich habe es jetzt verständlich rübergebracht :-)
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