Bug #2686

Updated by Sebastien Jacquot 8 months ago

Some commands create intermediate hidden results to compute the final target result.
Eg. a CA from a Partition creates an hidden Lexical Table needed by the CA command.
When making the CA persistent, its parent is made persistent too.
But when making back the CA non-persistent, the parent LT stays persistable leading to keep some "ghost" results, stored in .prefs files and reloaded at TXM start but invisible in the UI.

h3. Solution 1

We already still propagate the user persistence to parent when it's defined to true.
We may also propagate it if defined to false AND the parent is hidden?
Are there any side effects?