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Better include/exclude file extension UI

I use Tin.cr for CSS/JS reloading. It does (actual) live reload via Chrome’s setContent. Tincr doen’t reload HTML so I use LiveReload for that.

I want LiveReload only reload HTML and don’t do anything on CSS and JS changes. The settings UI allows me to add an extension but not delete one, which I find quite confusing.

Wouldn’t be nice to have just one list of extensions that you can edit?

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    Nikita VasilyevNikita Vasilyev shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    planned  ·  Andrey TarantsovAdminAndrey Tarantsov (Founder, LiveReload) responded  · 

    This will be a part of the rules system that is being worked on for LiveReload 3. In particular, we will have global exclusion/inclusion rules in addition to per-project ones.

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      • PaulPaul commented  · 

        I stumbled across the same issue. My workaround might be of interest for you. After a Year...

        You can edit the
        LiveReload.app/Contents/Resources/monitoring.plist

        Simply delete all entries for the extensions, you don't want to monitor.

      • Tomás GirardiTomás Girardi commented  · 

        Having live JS reloading would be super-awesome (The application is already awesome)!

        I'm developing JS code for a single page web application. Refreshing the page makes the app reload, which takes some seconds. So live JS reloading would be a blessing for me!

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