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i still need to have program check boxes enabled even gcond is true.

the code is changed and the @sadicq's trick must be renewed properly .

Open boxes.js , find and delete

    if (DoGray)

    txt += (' disabled');

(old trick)
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thank you @sadicq . this work . i have check boxes with gcond=true enabled again.

BUT (always must be a but) i havent anymore gcond color for ALL my entries with gcond=true

(they change to selected color when selected)

anyway , before that change , i havent gcond color for my entries with deps enabled ?!

this is a bug in my opinion , new in 5.3.

i have only the 56 critical hotfixes (today) with deps[pn]=['QCHAIN'];

none have gcond color, they have normal color. (cannot select them, before above change)

other entries with gcond=true and without deps enabled have gcond color.

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The solution @sadicq supplied is the only change that needs to be made. Make sure that there is a gtxt class in the wpi.css file of your theme. You can change the color of the gcond entries there.

.gtxt
{
font-family: arial;
font-weight: bold;
color: #A0522D; //<----- Change this value
font-size: 8pt;
margin-left: 5px;
margin-right: 10px;
}

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i wrote above ,

... other entries with gcond=true and without deps enabled have gcond color.
so , the gcond color is vanished by the change, gcond colour entry exist in wpi.css .

also i wrote

... before that change , i havent gcond color for my entries with deps enabled ?!
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my config.js .

all entries have cond's ,

part of them have gcond enabled

(from those only my 56 critical hotfixes already installed have both : gcond and deps enabled).

1 use for every critical hotfix 2 entries (each entry in different category),

one with gcond+deps (for installed hotfixes)

other only with deps (for UNinstalled hotfixes)

i use different categories because,

i want the uninstalled hotfixes in separate category for check them all more easy

config_oneless.js

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Holy cow! After about 5 hours of messing with it I finally figured it all out. Grayed color is back like it should be. What a pain in the butt!!! All due to the new chktxt class.

I also added a check box option in Options -> Installer:

If grayed condition is true, disable the check box

This will take care of having to manually change the code.

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