Ignore part of the header of an application
Some applications (Adobe apps in particular) change their headers in response to the zoom level of the active document (ex. Indesign can have a header saying "New document 1.indd @ 100%" and "New document 1.indd @ 50%" etc for the same document).
Navigating a document while zooming in and out generates a LOT of entries in the Application view that could have been one single entry.
It would be nice to be able to tell ManicTime to ignore certain parts of a header to produce less header spam.
Something as simple (though clunky) as "Ignore [@ 50%, @ 100%, @ 150%, @ 200%] if detected in a header" would be an immense aid, reducing something like 27 entries over 15 minutes to a single entry.
not enough votes, but it is an interesting feature. The problem is that each app behaves in its own way so this would need to be per app, which means it can't be a simple solution.