So I have some ugly toolkit rules that fix up some attributes, but it
requires a query of the entire tree for a single attr, parse through
each node and do something.

I want trace on so I can see the errors, but the repetitive stuff I want
off as that kills performance.

So I used the notrace icon. Perfect!

But the killer loops for me are a for-each and an IF statement. I
flagged both actions as no-trace but they are showing up (at least the
inside of the loops are).

Do I have to set no-trace on every single action INSIDE the loops as well?

If so, why is that? Seems odd that it is not inherited downwards with a
loop object?