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Easily Toggle DisplayExpression On or Off (Read 2425 times)
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Easily Toggle DisplayExpression On or Off
Jan 18th, 2013, 3:47pm
 
Although, I don't find it hard to put $DisplayExpressionDisabled=true/false; there are times I like to see them and times I like to see the original name.

Very similar to the "Function as:" layout with its checkboxes; I was thinking today how handy it would be to have a check box for Disabled next to or slightly away from "Display Expression"

Like I said, it's not a big deal and in the mean time I'm using a stamp...
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Re: Easily Toggle DisplayExpression On or Off
Reply #1 - Jan 18th, 2013, 4:26pm
 
In the meantime add this stamp:

Name: DisplayExpression disabled
Code: if($DisplayExpressionDisabled){$DisplayExpressionDisabled=;}else{$DisplayExpress
ionDisabled=true;};


To toggle the existing $DisplayExpressionDisabled state simply use the stamp.

If you're a keyboard-only type and use a utility like KeyboardMaestro you can give the stamp an shortcut making it quicker to apply than opening Rename and clicking a tick-box then clicking OK.
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