Packages in autodeployment still shows in the "updates tab" in package library
I don't think it is very intuitive that packages that are set to auto deployment, still shows on the updates lists, even if they are downloaded and deployed automatically.
This makes the updates list longer then it has to be.
Example. Notepad++ is set to auto deploy. Current version is 6.8, it is already downloaded by "Auto deployment" BUT...
- It still shows on the updates lists.
- It is not available as normal downloaded package (stored on repository).
Problem with this is that :
-It is actually downloaded to the repository, available to auto deploy, but not visible as a "normal package"
- It clutters the updates lists with a package that is actually handled by the deployment.
It would make more sense, since the package is already downloaded, that it was available as normaly downloaded package from the repository, AND that it was removed from the updates list...
currently I need to cross reference the auto deployment list with the update lists when selecting what packages that i need to download and either manually deploy or set an auto deploy setting.
Another suggestion would be an option to HIDE packages that are part of an auto deployment.
Or am I missing something?