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Separate direct button to load the gui of the plugin

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(@hammer)
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Hii,

 

First of all 😀 I use Unify a lot. its my main goto plugin and I love it. I noticed that I close and open the gui of the plugins a lot. For me it would be handy to have an option to direct load the gui of the plugin. Instead of click the radiobutton > Operations > Open plug-ins gui or maybe via a keyboard shortcut?


   
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Robert.P
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Posted by: @hammer

(...) For me it would be handy to have an option to direct load the gui of the plugin. Instead of click the radiobutton > Operations > Open plug-ins gui or maybe via a keyboard shortcut?

Double-click to open 😀

 

 


   
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(@hammer)
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@robert-p 🤗  Thanks Robert


   
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@hammer Please don't decorate your posts with unnecessary images. I almost deleted your account when I saw this, thinking you were another one of the spammers I have to deal with daily. Fortunately I checked first, so I didn't delete you, but I did remove the dog image so I don't make the same mistake at some point in the future.


   
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(@hammer)
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@getdunne Sorry Shane, no pun intended..wasn't aware that that is an issue on this forum. Must say I hardly ever post images.


   
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@hammer 

Thanks for understanding. Our forum software has many faults, but it is pretty good at detecting and quarantining spam posts/comments. Hence users usually don't see them, but I do--every single day.

I have to burn at least 10 new spam account-registrations every week, and 2-3 spam posts or comments every day, on average. One morning I logged in to find one new spam-account had created about 700 junk posts, all advertising some online gambling outfit in India. Fortunately deleting that one account blasted them all.

We probably see about 20-30 new spam accounts registered for every real new user, and I'd guess 5 or 6 spam posts/comments per real one.


   
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