I just keep another folder called PlugIns Disabled and drag problematic ones in
there if I need to. Hearkens back to the old days of Extensions in Classic OS.
> On Sep 26, 2016, at 24:24 , Keith Clarke <keith.cla...@me.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the tip, Mark.
> If one empties or renames one's Plugins folder in this way, should it empty
> the IDE’s Plugins menu, as I still see Data Grid Helper, GoLiveNet,
> RegExBuilder, revApplicationOverview, revExample, RevNavigator, revSmartSave,
> revTabRuler and SmartProperties. These don’t all look like core,
> LiveCode-supplied code, so I wonder how they are getting into this list and I
> wonder if I need to purge any of them?
>> On 25 Sep 2016, at 17:15, Mark Wieder <ahsoftw...@sonic.net> wrote:
>> On 09/25/2016 04:31 AM, Keith Clarke wrote:
>>> Am I correct to assume that a clean LiveCode installation would have the
>>> Plugins folder empty?
>> When I need to test without third-party plugins I just rename the Plugins
>> folder to something like Pluginsx, do my testing, and revert to the original
>> Plugins folder name.
>> Mark Wieder
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