September 21, 2018 at 23:38 #5455
I am wondering if there is any way to prevent plugins that are added **after** a snapshot is saved
to be on, not off and also not bypassed. (When I recall a snapshot the added plugins default to the power-button being off and
bypassed also… So I have to turn them on and un-bypass them for all snapshots one by one and update all snapshots. This is
getting quite tiresome pretty quickly…)
Is there a specific reason for this behavior?
tL.September 22, 2018 at 04:26 #5458NikolaiKeymaster
The idea was that when you recall a snapshot, it should recall exactly as it was saved, so any new plugins should not stay.
In retrospect, I see that there are plenty of situations where this would be “wrong”.
I’m thinking of adding the current behavior as an option and then letting new plugins stay un-touched when not part of a snapshot.September 22, 2018 at 12:17 #5461
I see, I thought that was the reason. In practice, this is a somewhat expected behaviour, but I think in 9 out of 10 cases when adding a new plugin you’re intended to use it right away. So yeah, an option checkbox to switch this behaviour would be great. Especially when you have already quite a number of snapshots going on. (i.e. an Option like “Flag newly added plugins to ignore snapshot settings” or something like that? The wording is a bit werid though.. 😉 )September 22, 2018 at 18:10 #5470
Uuuuhm… I also just found a setting in the program options menu…
When adding a new plugin, how should the plugin be filtered in existing snapshots?
Unfiltered – Filtered – Same as parent chain
Isn’t this already pretty close to what we’re trying to achieve here?
(Not sure, just found it, didn’t test what the various settings do.)
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