.......When the Firewall is enabled, the two sliders are gray, so INPUT chain and FORWARD chain (IPv4) are blocked, but the OUTPUT chain isn't. When AFWall is disabled INPUT and FORWARD (and OUTPUT ofcourse) are enabled.
........maybe I really noobish question, but whenever the firewall is enabled or disabled, should these settings toggle itself anyway, or is that strange behaviour?
To anyone who would like to answer my last question, please go ahead. If my (custom rules are not the problem and are functioning normally, is it normal, when the script drops certain chains, that the sliders of the IPv4 chains toggle themselves off? Thanks!
If not, I have commented out a lot of the rules, and the only commented lines that stops this behaviour are the flush rules.