I have a web application that upon user login will assign a role/permission based on various criteria from a corporate Active Directory. e.g. membership in a group, attributes in their user entry, etc.
As part of the configuration of this, I have a list of rules that are evaluated in order. Since the rule construction can sometimes be complex, it's been requested that I allow enabling/disabling individual rules until they're correct.
I'm trying to figure out a clear way to show that an individual rule is in a disabled state.
Here's what the table of rules currently looks like:
I was planning on leaving the 'enabled' state like it currently is. But for the rule list,
What's a good way to show that a rule is disabled?
- Text '(Disabled)' after (or before) the rule name
- Difference in text or background colour for the row
- An icon or something else to represent that the row is disabled
At present, I was planning on doing something like a combination of 1 and 2.
I'm open to suggestions (and also general suggestions regarding other elements, except for the colour scheme which is dictated by someone else).