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[featureRequest]custom filter when browsing senders/implementor #5263

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hogoww opened this issue Nov 29, 2019 · 3 comments
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[featureRequest]custom filter when browsing senders/implementor #5263

hogoww opened this issue Nov 29, 2019 · 3 comments

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@hogoww hogoww commented Nov 29, 2019

Currently we're stuck with the offered hierarchy for this, and quite often I would like to scope in another way.
Am I missing something?
Is it something planned for newTools?

(Ideally, i'd like to be able to write my own predicate, even if the API is very very simple)

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@dionisiydk dionisiydk commented Nov 29, 2019

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@hogoww hogoww commented Nov 29, 2019

Hi,
Of course !
Screenshot 2019-11-29 at 10 04 47

In that random example, I searched for implementor of printString inside a playground.
I can therefore search scope it by:

  • CurrentImage
  • Hier:something
  • Package:SomethingElse
    and scope those by name

What I'd like to have is to have something like 2.
The first being a scroll menu containing the potential filters (from what we already have: None/packages/hierarchy)
in the second one a complementing filter we can write.

So for example, if we have filter = package name = DrTest* we'd see everything implementors in drTest. (to have that behavior currently, i think i have to be in a drTestPackage, and I cannot have severals)

Is that clearer? =]

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