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why a disable option?
by Dr.CustUmz
05 Feb 2021 20:43

I know things aren't as popping in the vb world so much anymore but Im going through my plugins and updating things, and I asked myself why did I include an option to enable/disable my product... not just a per page, disable but a full fledge turn off this product as an option. then I got to thinking about it and like 80% of mods do this..... WHY?

vBulletin's plugin manager provides the option to enable/disable a product there's no need to include it as an option, so unless someone can give me good reason I will no longer be providing the option unless I do per style or page or something. It is not any easier to navigate to the products option than to navigate to the product page to disable a product.

So why the option to turn off a product?....

Kwikms 07 Feb 2021 11:07

Then you can change the settings without them beeing live as you still tweak around.

puertoblack2003 08 Feb 2021 15:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr.CustUmz (Post 2606089)
I know things aren't as popping in the vb world so much anymore but Im going through my plugins and updating things, and I asked myself why did I include an option to enable/disable my product... not just a per page, disable but a full fledge turn off this product as an option. then I got to thinking about it and like 80% of mods do this..... WHY?

vBulletin's plugin manager provides the option to enable/disable a product there's no need to include it as an option, so unless someone can give me good reason I will no longer be providing the option unless I do per style or page or something. It is not any easier to navigate to the products option than to navigate to the product page to disable a product.

So why the option to turn off a product?....


some devs implement that option, it doesn't matter to me cause, if i have an issue when i'm going to diag the board. I'll just disable plugin. which Ive done numerous time.


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