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Feature Level is unnecessary #341

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ghost opened this issue May 29, 2011 · 3 comments
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Feature Level is unnecessary #341

ghost opened this issue May 29, 2011 · 3 comments

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@ghost ghost commented May 29, 2011

i was trying to change the preference mentioned in #340, but couldn't see it in the preference pane it should have been in. i grepped the source tree, and according to the XIB, it was in the Command preferences, i just couldn't see it.
for some reason, QS thought my Feature Level pref was below "devLevel", which is 2, when it was really set to 5000.
that's a bug, but it'd probably be simpler to just remove this entire thing from QS - hiding preferences and actions does not serve a useful purpose.

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@skurfer skurfer commented May 30, 2011

Agreed. I think

  1. The Enable advanced features pref should be removed (Does this just alter Feature Level?)
  2. Proxy objects should be enabled by default
  3. Pull selection from front application instead of Finder should be the default

And not a big deal, but maybe the Extra prefs should be altered so the look matches the other pref panes.

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@ghost ghost commented May 30, 2011

  1. yes, it just changes the Feature Level, and doesn't affect anything else.

2 & 3. totally agreed.

the way Extra prefs looks, it seems to me that other items are intended to be added to it, because it's just a plain list view. i'm not sure any plugins actually do that, or if that functionality is even in place though.

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@skurfer skurfer commented Oct 31, 2011

Why didn’t this close on its own? Grrr.

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