Default Off for "Abort test if an error occurs?"
Default any new testcase will have option "Abort test if an error occurs?" checked. This means that if a teststep fails any next teststep in that case will not be executed.
This makes a lot of sense in some cases, for example if one step does a post to add something and the next step does a get to check it, and the third step does a delete. Or when you're testing a non-REST API where first step would log in and second step would do something that needs sessions data.
But many tests would have independent requests. After all, REST API's are stateless, and most methods are idempotent. Test cases then, just like scenarios, are just a way to logically group related requests (e.g. by operation, by quality aspect, by feature).
Is there a way to set the default value for "Abort test if an error occurs?" to off/unchecked rather than on/checked for new testcases?