|Re: Call for suggestions. Please participate ! -- Emmanuel|
|Posted by KarenS ® , 10/30/2022, 06:11:21||Reply||Top of Thread||Forum|
For anyone who may be wondering why it matters at all, if you have not yet made use of the #Prime glossary, I highly recommend you use it! It's awesome to have certain glossaries follow you around the IT landscape, no matter what. However, that means that those #Prime Includes glossaries could be affected if you choose any of the Mass options and select all entries.
So after I started using the #Prime glossary, I then had to use two steps to clear out the temp glossary - Select All, then Unmark Includes, which thankfully and helpfully, Emmanuel has gifted us with menu options for both. But I miss being able to do it in one step, so I requested a menu option to "Mark all except Includes." And that's what started this discussion.
When he first came back and said, "Sure, I can add a Mark Inline option, " I immediately responded with, "Not sure what that is, but just to be clear, I want to mark only the entries that are directly in the Temp glossary and no Includes." He said, "Yes, that's what Inline means." Oh!
So I suggested that might not be an intuitive name to anyone perusing the Mass options menu. And he's not in favor of a "negative term," which makes sense. And here we are. :) Of course, I understand now what Inline means, and I'm sure we could all learn the lingo. But I'll be curious what others have to say, and I appreciate that Emmanuel wants our input!
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