Opened 5 years ago

Last modified 3 years ago

#16374 new enhancement

Skip "Diable plugin"/"Keep plugin" choice when allowing the user to file a ticket for plugin (when plugin didn't fully crash)

Reported by: floscher Owned by: team
Priority: normal Milestone:
Component: Core bugreport Version:
Keywords: Cc: michael2402, floscher


I would like to be able to tell users to create a new ticket against a JOSM plugin without showing them the dialog, which asks "Update plugins", "Disable plugin", "Keep plugin" and "Help".

That dialog implies the plugin is broken and it would be risky to continue with the plugin enabled.

For situations like e.g. when my plugin queries an API of some service, I can handle a malformed API request gracefully, but I'd want users who encounter such a malformed query to open a ticket so I can fix the process of generating API requests.

So I would like to have the option to show the bug report dialog without showing the "disable plugin" and "keep plugin" buttons, best would be to skip that first dialog. An "update plugins" button would still be good, but this could maybe be integrated into the dialog for reporting the bug, next to "Is JOSM up to date?".

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comment:1 Changed 5 years ago by floscher

Cc: michael2402 floscher added

comment:2 Changed 3 years ago by GerdP

I probably don't understant the problem. What about using the ReportBugAction?

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