Please make the facet finder shutup more easily

I am using M2. I just created a biggish project from my dev environment tree. And apparently it contains like 64 different web.xml files in different demo/test webapps. All but one or two of these I don't care about, and they aren't all in one handy place so that I can remove them in under 30 seconds (or even 5 minutes). So I would really appreciate it if you would provide more control for the facet finder/popup thingy. I just had to individually dismiss 64 green boxes which helpfully tell me about my various embedded weapps....

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+10. Please, allow me to ignore this.

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+10

If we have to dismiss them via the little green boxes, please can the little green boxes stay around after one is dismissed rather than having to re-click on the little cog for every facet that's been detected.

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Here's my UI suggestion.

After runnning the detection process, present all detected facets in a single
dialog.
The facets can be presented in a tree control with checkboxes: the topmost
branches represent the different types of facets detected.

That way I can toggle on/off whole groups of facets, or toggle a group off
and then only enable one item in that group.
Quite similar to how the Commit dialog works.

-tt


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+10 - this is really annoying

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Another questions is: how do I explicitly invoke facet autodetection?

I've removed all facets for a module, and now want to add some of them back - however I cannot find any action for this.

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Agreed. If I dont want to use facets it should not bug me.

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