Currently on Special:AbuseFilter there's no way to see if a filter has been automatically disabled if one does not check filter by filter, as the main abusefilter page shows the filter as "enabled" even if it has been automatically disabled by the system. In order to identify those disabled filters, please show an "automatically disabled" status on Special:AbuseFilter for those. Otherwise it is hard to notice. They should show in a different shadow, maybe a light red instead of light grey, so admins can see easily those. Obviously the "enabled" checkbox inside the filter should also be unchecked when the filter autodisables so admins don't understand what is happening.
|mediawiki/extensions/AbuseFilter : master||Show throttled filters in Special:AbuseFilter|
@MarcoAurelio I was going to submit a patch, but first I'd need a clarification: the only "automatically disabled" case that I know of is throttling, but that doesn't mean that the filter is disabled: instead, only some actions are disabled. Anyway, since I suspect this is what you were talking about (and throttling is useful to see on Special:AbuseFilter) I'll send a patch for that.