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  • When we start to build a new site from the scratch (again), picking and selecting the (even the minimum required) packages will take some time, not to mention that the packages are duplicating their names under several directories.

    After that, installing all the selected packages also taking time. Multi-install is an option.

    When listing the packages, the auto-check update availability should be shown at the first place, so we don’t have to click "Check For Updates" for each packages.

    Revo should have a simple work-flow on these matters.
    What do you think?
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    • Quote from: goldsky at Aug 21, 2009, 03:50 AM

      After that, installing all the selected packages also taking time. Multi-install is an option.

      +1

      It may be possible to group extensions who share the same type of license so that we can install them together.
      The extensions who needs tunning for default property sets could be highlighted in the grid.

      When listing the packages, the auto-check update availability should be shown at the first place, so we don’t have to click "Check For Updates" for each packages.

      Same for auto-check for update on manager log in.
      Modx would check automatically, if there are updates available, it show the total on the first page with a link to go to package management.
      Again, rows where updates are available could be highlighted.