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As already discussed in several questions, there is a problem with disabling modules of profile stats. They are actually disabled, but it is not visible from the modulesettings view.


  1. Open "modulesettings" view:
  2. Click on "Disable" of the first module
  3. The module has red background and is no longer visible in the public view of profile stats:
  4. Open the modulesettings view again (or refresh)

Current behavior:

The disabled module has again green background as it would be enabled, button says "Disable".

Expected behavior:

The disabled module should have red background and button should say "Enable".

This is confusing, because many people assume it does not work because of this.

in Bug reports by Jakuje (Moderator) (116k points)
After confusing, found out it's a global problem and start to discus here already

Thanks for information!
Great, now everyone can read what the real problem is.
Please, do not add the comments as an answer, so it is on the first sight clear that it is not resolved and needs attention.

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Best answer
A fix has been applied in the development environment.

A big thank you for a well detailed bug report, made it quite easy to solve the issue itself.

PS! I have promoted you (Jakuje) to Moderator. You should now be able to edit answers and convert them into comments (and some other things). Right now it's only you and Pinkunicorn with that access level.
by magma1447 (Admin) (230k points)
selected by Jakuje (Moderator)
For me, this fix do not work.
Same problem as before: Disabled modules are green again after refreshing. Hmm.
Spasskaiser: The fix is not applied in live environment yet. Please, give it some days, before the changes will be applied to the live environment.