Started by Black Tiger, March 15, 2018, 02:53:09 PM
Quote from: Black Tiger on March 16, 2018, 08:04:14 AMThank you for your answer.You can't know but I'm a very experienced pc user so I tried this, but those options are blanked out. Probably because I already globally disabled auto updating in the config.The only available options are:- enable auto updating of this app- add as auto-install in PatchMyPC.ini- open description webpagethe others are blanked out.Also, as you might know, disabling auto updating is something completely different as ignoring from a check. I'm working on Windows 10 Pro 64-bit.
QuoteThe cross line will also be a visual element letting you know auto update is disabled for the app.
Quote from: Black Tiger on March 16, 2018, 05:49:34 PMJust to be sure I put a screenshot here.I can't see a cross line.Winrar should be ignored from the check, but as you can see (arrow) in the right side screen, it's still included in the check.Next to that (other arrow) other programs which are already upgraded like Malware Bytes and Teamviewer, still show older versions in the check (like I mentioned in the other thread).
QuoteAs far as the outdated listing on the right that is expected even if the app isn't set to auto update we still want to list it out to let you know it's outdated
QuoteWith that said, we are open to feedback on this feature and how you would like to see it work.
QuoteThe issue is that if ignored, it should not be listed to the right, but I do understand now why you do that.
QuoteOke but the issue is that they are -not- outdated anymore. I updated them manually. So after a rescan or restart, they should be shown in green at least.
Quote- Split the option between auto updating and ignoring some program, so it's possible to disable global (and silent) auto update but the program's are still checked.
Quote- When the split is done, people can select separate program's to ignore from scanning, which is not possible now because they are greyed out when global update is disabled
Quote- When a program is marked for ignore from scan, place that program in red as you do know, but to the end of the list on the right, and it's possible because it's stand alone now, to put a crossline throught it to make clear it's set to ignore. The cross line is not a big thing though. Putting it to the end of the list is already very nice.
Quote- Keep programs listed in red on top of the list to the right, which are not updated yet.
QuoteDon't scan apps the have been skipped. If that option in checked, we won't list it on the right or list the any coloring on the left. Does that sounds like what you are looking for?
QuoteWhat is probably happening is you have multiple entries of the application in the registry / Uninstall Programs.
QuoteSo you are looking for us to add another context option per app to disable silent updating per app right? You can already skip auto-updates(Checking) per app? This is actually an item we wanted to look at for V4, but didn't have the cycles to implement by release date.
QuoteWhat we will do is likely add an addtional option in the options panel that say's something like. Don't Scan Skipped Apps. If that option in checked, we won't list it on the right or list the any coloring on the left. Does that sounds like what you are looking for?
QuoteNot sure i'm following this? Red apps should show first in the top of the right textbox.
QuoteAs for the fix: There is still an issue which we need to investigate since I don't have any double entry's in the uninstaller.
QuoteWe will now show the strike through for apps where auto update was disabled at the app level even if the global setting for "Disable Silent Install Of Apps" is enabled.