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This came innto my head as a new idea, but I realize that this is just a rehashing of my partial installation profile.

Use case: make the navigation block show up only for logged in users, and expand the create content link.

We at Agaric Design Collective do that all the time, can probably just go in the Agaric Starter Profile, but it'd be nice to do as a module if possible.

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Another, better, use case

Another, better, use case example:

The Image Assist module should absolutely stick its input format filter into the the default input filter, or at very least the full HTML filter.

Pretty silly to enable a module that won't do anything until you go into its configuration settings.

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