david63 wrote: ↑
Wed Dec 06, 2017 9:48 am
What sort of conflicts? There may be a way around them.
I do not think that the correct way is for one extension to disable another extension because of conflicts - you should be working on avoiding any such conflicts.
There were conflicts with an extension which uses the same css class as the other extension of mine
so i thought i disable the other extension in the listener with code.
also i thought about to disable the whole stylesheet link href with jquery but that don't work since the href path uses assets variable.
For now i solved it by adding !important to the css class, to overrule the other.
But still want to know (if possible) if there is a way to let an extension disable an other extension.