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Make Go & Stop apply to all jobs if none are selected

Deipotent :

Nov 27, 2013

As per title

Alex Pankratov :

Nov 27, 2013

Hrm. I find this rather counter-intuitive to be honest.

Deipotent :

Nov 27, 2013

Saves two mouse clicks and a keypress when you just want to quickly disable/re-enable all jobs.

JacobMoreagles :

Nov 27, 2013

I like the "Stop all jobs option", but the enable all jobs option could get messy. Perhaps this would be suited for a ctrl-click?

Bamit :

Jun 05, 2014

I remember that in Bvckup v1 Beta there was a "Backup  Everything" in the system tray icon.  I personally used it every day as I always run my backups manually instead of on a schedule or as  file changes are made.

  I had mentioned this to Alex a few months ago, and he said he'd have to give it more thought as it might not be very useful to the masses.

Although there is currently a way to do it now by:
  1)   clicking on a job in the list
  2)   then using a Ctrl-A
  3)   and finally clicking on the  Go button
it is not as convenient as the old right click on the system tray icon.
Also, there is no indication that this feature is available on the GUI.
Just my thoughts.....

Alex Pankratov :

Jun 05, 2014

I'll add back the systray option to start/stop all jobs. Color me convinced :)

Bamit :

Jun 05, 2014

Great!  I hope it is not too time consuming to implement, and that others find it useful as well.

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