Holy cow, I wrote a book!
If you're going to add a topic to the Suggestion Box,¹
at least do the courtesy of researching the question before asking it.
It takes me an hour to answer each question;
it's only fair that you spend ten minutes making it a good question.
one entry in the Suggestion Box asked for the story behind the
But even the most cursory search on the Internet for the phrase
manually initiated crash
reveals as the #1 hit
an explanation of the circumstances under which you would want to
enable this feature in the first place.
As another example, one commenter asked
where I got the grayscale conversion formula from,
but a few minutes of tinkering with a search engine will reveal
all sorts of articles on grayscale conversion.
(Heck, that's how I found the formula in the first place!)
Generally speaking, I just ignore questions that are poorly-researched,
but I felt the need to call out the issue in the first place
so you can understand why I ignored your question.