"Commit Changes" (Ctrl+K) window - "Uncheck/Check All" buttons

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In "Commit Changes" window (Version Control => Commit Changes, Ctrl+K) I think it would be very comfortable to have a "Uncheck All" and "Check All" buttons to uncheck and check all checkboxes very quickly (rather than going one-by-one).

If I have tens of files modified but only wish to take those 3-4 and submit them right now - I need to walk through all of them and uncheck those I don't want to commit now. By clicking "Uncheck All" button - I'd do the same in a matter of clicks, waaay more faster ...

Thank you !

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Does this work:

ctrl-a
space

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Evgeny Goldin wrote:

In "Commit Changes" window (Version Control => Commit Changes, Ctrl+K) I think it would be very comfortable to have a "Uncheck All" and "Check All" buttons to uncheck and check all checkboxes very quickly (rather than going one-by-one).

If I have tens of files modified but only wish to take those 3-4 and submit them right now - I need to walk through all of them and uncheck those I don't want to commit now. By clicking "Uncheck All" button - I'd do the same in a matter of clicks, waaay more faster ...

Thank you !

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It works for me!

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Yeah, right, it works, great. Thanks !
There's a button for "Select All" but Ctrl+A is obviously faster ..

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No changes after ten years ... ?

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Hello,

Checking top item should check all subitems. Doesn't it work for you?

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