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Topic: «Tidying up the LHS Window Settings Pane » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 1078
 
Greg Webb
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Posted: 16.02.2015 08:09:56
 
 
As the list of window config settings grow it is getting more and more difficult to manage the list. Visual analysis is very important when it comes to checking the order in which the rules are processed.

My suggestion is that any application that has more than one rule be assigned a 'folder'. The folder can be opened or closed by clicking on it. When the folder is open, all window rules for the application are displayed. When closed, all rules are hidden.

I've created an illustration of how the 'folder' works in the following two images.

(Looks like the image upload is not working - JPG??)

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Greg Webb
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Posted: 16.02.2015 08:14:05
 
 
Continued from last message:

An illustration of the folder closed follows:

The dots are used here to signify there are rules hidden in the folder. It's not very neat, alternative visual clues could be used.

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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 16.02.2015 10:43:44
 
 
Hello Greg,

Thanks for the post.

Your request has already been added to our base of feature requests (we discussed the subject via email).
We'll inform you if/when this will be implemented in our products.

Best regards.
 
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