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Is that intentional?
It's the same in CC. The condition has been disabled, not the whole event. You need to click to the left of the condition to highlight the whole event, then toggle it disabled.
You've only disabled the condition, so it acts like an empty event with an action. Empty events always run, so yes, this is intentional.
If you right click the event margin on the left and disable from there, you can disable the entire event.
Ah I see, thanks. Is there a case for it, to disable only the condition without the event?
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Yep, suppose you have 5 conditions and you want to see how things run with one of those temporarily disabled. Instead of having to delete it you can toggle individual conditions, just like you can toggle individual actions, or entire events.
Makes sense! Thanks for explanation.