Strategy building is an iterative process and many times users want to test a certain hypothesis in the strategy. They typically do this by removing paths and then adding them later once testing is done.
In complex strategies, these paths can be made up for multiple individual blocks and adding and removing them can become cumbersome. To prevent this, we have given the user the option to 'Enable/Disable' a path.
On disabling, the strategy works in the same way as it would if the path simply did not exist.
How to Enable/Disable a path?
Let's say in a complex strategy, users wanted to disable the 'MACD Exit' path below:
All the user needs to do is double click and edit the path and then 'Disable' the path using the toggle.
On disabling, all the blocks are greyed out.
The user can re-enable the path by changing the toggle again.