Easyling Changelog - 775

New features

1839 backend and frontend New processing mode (! skip) was addded to JS/JSON processing. If you use * or ** to select child nodes to be translated, you can use the ! skip processing mode to select a child element as non-translatable. You can also use ! skip when you don't want to delete a rule permanently. Order is important, ! skip rules must come after the generic * rule. We also extended our JSON Path Tester tool, so from now on you can see the processing mode of a matched element in the Analyzed code.