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Add-ons manager: could the last type selection be remembered? #4181

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rubyFeedback opened this issue Jul 18, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Jul 18, 2019

When you click on add-ons, you get a menu interface where
you can select on e. g. "Type" and only show campaigns. I am
only interested in campaigns so this is my default entry point.

When I log out, and then stat wesnoth again, I need to manually
click on "Type" again. This is a bit cumbersome.

Would it be possible to do either of the following two?

  1. Save the last option used, and re-enable this upon re-login.

or

  1. Use 1 but add an additional option somewhere e. g. in
    preferences where we can specify that we want to have this.
    Not everyone may want to have this behaviour, I understand,
    so a toggle may seem useful; but I personally would like to
    have this because I only want to search for campaign types
    not other assets.

On a side note, it would be nice if the number of scenarios
could be mandatory and displayed somewhere. Right now
it seems optional and wil then be displayed on the main
description site rather than an entry that we could search
for.

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commented Jul 18, 2019

I think an option for this is a bit much. If the UI makes it clear what filter is active there should be no confusion. A button to reset all filter options at once could be useful though.

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commented Jul 18, 2019

Similar #3191

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