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catagory in scenarios for composite products

Can you tell me if there is any plans to allow a selection in a category option for scenarios, so what i means is instead of having to select all the products i want in the selection is, i just want to select a category, (so selection is in..) this would allow much better and easier control of scenario as i could just make categories and add new products to the categories so i dont have to update all the scenarios when products change and new options arrive.
If not how can i get it done as it is just too time consuming to make the scenarios i want.

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  • Laurent GREMET commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hello, i also think that allow a selection in a category option for scenarios (instead of only selection by products) would be something very useful.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm in the same situation. It does seem like a no-brainer to include this functionality out of the box.

    Has anyone found a solution or workaround to this problem?

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The currently included limited case-by-case selection of component options is impractical when you have a large inventory. I can't realistically go into each product of tens or even hundreds to update the selection list individually for every product. Rather, such dependences ought to be defined - efficiently - in terms of product categories or attributes, such as LGA1151 CPUs, unlocked CPUs, etc. which can then be used to define compatibility rules en masse

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Absolutely horrendous that this is not already a basic feature of the plugin. Defies logic and common sense that the authors could overlook this feature. The lack of category/tag-level conditional control makes it virtually unusable.

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