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Easier filtering of appcontrol data #406

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dukelc opened this Issue Jun 11, 2016 · 5 comments

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dukelc commented Jun 11, 2016

In AppControll it would be nice to have separate columns for system and user apps.
When I set not to show system apps in settings, it scans all apps even system.
(And when shown both - system and user - its disorganized a bit)
So no settings for it, but only in AppControll two columns for user apps and system apps.
Just an idea - not a request.

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d4rken commented Jun 11, 2016

When I set not to show system apps in settings, it scans all apps even system.

Can you further elaborate on that? Does the setting not work on your device?

In AppControll it would be nice to have separate columns for system and user apps.

So like a viewpager, with tabs? Could you describe a usecase where this would benefit you?
Are you aware that you can type in "system" (differs with language) into the search field and then only see system apps?

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dukelc commented Jun 11, 2016

  1. Do not show system app is ok. It shows only user apps.
    But what I mean is, that it need to scan all apps,even system,but system apps are not showen.
    It is ok. (system enabled-scan 133 apps.-show all) ( System disabled-scan 133 apps-show user apps only)
  2. When I select show system,it is working all good,BUT when I need just user apps I need to go to settings to disable system apps.
  3. Use - just more uncluttered without to write in search or go to settings to disable showing system apps when not needed.

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d4rken commented Jun 11, 2016

(system enabled-scan 133 apps.-show all) ( System disabled-scan 133 apps-show user apps only)

SD Maid needs to first determine that an app is a system app in order to be able to skip it. The setting affects whether SD Maid further processes an app once it is determined to be a system app.

Use - just more uncluttered without to write in search or go to settings to disable showing system apps when not needed.

What about a drawer on the right side, like the explorer bookmarks. In the drawer you could have entries:

  • All apps (100)
  • System apps (40)
  • User apps (60)
  • Disabled apps (15)
    etc.

Clicking on such an entry would filter the list. What do you think?

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dukelc commented Jun 11, 2016

What about a drawer on the right side, like the explorer bookmarks. In the drawer you could have entries:

All` apps (100)
System apps (40)
User apps (60)
Disabled apps (15) etc.
Clicking on such an entry would filter the list. What do you think?

Yes!
That would be perfect!

@d4rken d4rken changed the title from AppControll - split to system apps and user apps to Easier filtering of app list Jun 11, 2016

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d4rken commented Jun 11, 2016

Great, I think that is a good new feature.
If you have more thoughts about it, let me know!

By the way, I love it when users make sketches of how they imagine a new feature would look 👍

@d4rken d4rken changed the title from Easier filtering of app list to Easier filtering of appcontrol data Jun 11, 2016

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