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    I can separate rule/profile summaries based on if the entry is a unit/model/upgrade. This will depend on whether the entry has this information on it (most currently do not).

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    BlakBat commented  · 

    Why not be enable to mark a rule as belonging to a catalog profile?

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    I think this could be done. Bear in mind adding/removing items from the roster is not as simple as just setting the count. That said, it could probably be done via the current add/remove mechanism to achieve what you’re asking.

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    Initially I thought this would be a problem to implement – should a data file author dictate to a user what order the entries appear?

    Thinking more about it however, I think the solution here is to let the user decide. Instead of the data file author rearranging the entries in the data files, I think it would be better to allow the user to rearrange the selections in their list.

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    BlakBat commented  · 

    What about being able to create folders?
    eg. By creating a HQ folder, I can store all my HQ entries in the HQ folder.
    It would just help organisation of shared entries, rules, etc... and root entries

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    BlakBat commented  · 

    You can probably hack the roster file with a text editor. The roster is an xml file. One of the first tags contain the "gameSystemId" UID.
    No tested, but should work to some extent.