Conditional subpanels are subpanels that are only displayed if the value of a specified boolean preference is true. This functionality allows adjusters to be displayed or hidden based on the setting of another on/off adjuster.
The relationship between the controlling boolean preference and its dependent subpanels is defined in the panels property of the groups block. The panels property has one required property: always, which is an array of keys defining panels which should always be displayed. Other properties use a preference name as a key; the preference must be a boolean preference that is in a subpanel in the 'always' list. The value is an array of panel keys that should be displayed only if the specified preference is true.
always: [<list of subpanels to always include in this composite panel; must contain at least one>], // required
<pref.name>: [<list of subpanels to display only when this pref is on>], // optional
<pref.name>: [<list of subpanels to display only when this pref is on>],
A conditional subpanel must contain ONLY ONE adjuster.
A controlling preference MUST be a boolean.
The pref.name keys MUST refer to a preference referenced in the always property.
Not everyalways panel must control a conditional subpanel.
Panel definitions are the same for controlling subpanels, conditional subpanels and regular subpanels; there is no difference.
Auxiliary schema for one controlling preference with two conditional preferences