Default to Tile View for Local Source

Default to Tile View for Local Source

By default, Chocolatey GUI uses a list view to show all of the packages that are currently installed locally on the machine that is executing Chocolatey GUI. As a result, you will see a screen similar to the following when first starting the application:

Default to Tile View for Local Source Disabled

It is possible to toggle between the list view and a tile view for the packages that are installed locally using the buttons at the top right hand corner of the application, but it you prefer to see the tile view by default, then you can enable it with this feature. As a result, you will see something like the following when first starting the application:

Default to Tile View for Local Source Enabled

Resources

Below is a short video which shows this feature in action:

Example

This feature can be enabled by running the following command:

chocolateyguicli feature enable --name="'DefaultToTileViewForLocalSource'"

This feaure can be disabled by running the following command:

chocolateyguicli feature disable --name="'DefaultToTileViewForLocalSource'"

Default Value

The default value for this feature is disabled.

Availability

The ability to control this feature from the Chocolatey GUI Settings screen has existed since Chocolatey GUI v0.16.0.

The ability to control this feature from the command line using chocolateyguicli has existed since Chocolatey GUI v0.17.0.