As a Roblox developer, when I am troubleshooting a plugin, performance problem, or verifying a bug I’m reporting is not caused by a plugin, it is currently way too hard to temporarily disable all of my plugins without manually clicking on every single toggle in the Plugin Management window, and memorizing which plugins I had enabled so I can turn them back on.
I have over 50 plugins installed, and maybe 10-15 enabled. It’s a hassle remembering which ones I have enabled, and a hassle finding which ones are enabled so I can disable them.
Related: Plugin Management window should sort plugins into enabled and disabled sub-lists
I’d like an override toggle like this, or something equivalent. This toggle would not actually disable all of my plugins, it would simply make Studio act like they were disabled, without actually disabling them.
If Roblox is able to address this issue, it would improve my development experience because it would be easy to temporarily disable my plugins and I wouldn’t procrastinate or entirely neglect doing so. This would make it far easier for users to check if their bug reports are valid or if their problems are caused by rogue plugins.