Sorry that this is a rant, and I guess I am starting to repeat myself across multiple threads in the recent days, but I tried to keep it as humane as possible.
We don’t have a company behind this, and nobody gets paid to work on this, it’s all volunteer contributions dedicating their time away from their families to work on this.
Telling us that a commercial product with full time developers does something does not suddently give me “yes, let me burn more of my own time, satisfy the complain of this guy on the forum, and get nothing in return” kinda feeling, pretty much the opposite, it kind of demoralises when you bring up the realisation that a paid for company with full-time developers are most likely always going to be ahead of us, and that we will have to repeatedly deal with people complaining that free stuff doesn’t do what the paid stuff does.
Sure, a paid for product does this, and you are free to use whatever software you seem fit for your purpose.
I do not disagree that it’s a sensible thing todo, there was a workaround previously so there was little motivation to do it. Now it doesn’t work (yet I suggested a workaround), yet I can’t think of a way to do that sensibly in the current code base. I guess we could do a band-aid to bring the old workaround back, which would be easy, but I can’t see an easy way to make this work out of the box.