Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of HaCiDayToDay


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03/08/10 14:26:58 (8 years ago)
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    99<insert info and link about graphical tree structure> 
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    11 A small [+] button at the left of each entry will tell you that you can expand that portion of the tree and see the subnetting in it. Simlarly, a [-] button will allow you to collapse that portion of the tree. You can to display a graphical tree structure [[Image(HaCiTreeLines.png)]] or leave it out [[Image(HaCiTreeNoLines.png)]], which makes tabling the tree a bit faster. Each user can change this setting from his own [HaCiUserSettings Settings] menu. 
     11A small [+] button at the left of each entry will tell you that you can expand that portion of the tree and see the subnetting in it. Simlarly, a [-] button will allow you to collapse that portion of the tree. You can to display a graphical tree structure [[Image(HaCiTreeLines.png, nolink)]] or leave it out [[Image(HaCiTreeNoLines.png, nolink)]], which makes tabling the tree a bit faster. Each user can change this setting from his own [HaCiUserSettings Settings] menu. 
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    1313Each line in the tree will have the entry on the left (be it a root or a network), and a description on the right. Roots are printed in '''bold''', while networks are color-coded according to their [HaCiNetworkStatus status]. The entry is a link itself, and it will bring up the appropriate page when clicked.  
    14 Network entries also have 2 buttons at the far right, for [HaCiNetworkEdig editing] and [HaCiNetworkDelete deleting] the entry. A small icon may appear to the right of the network address for certain values of the [HaCiNetworkStatus status]. Some networks may have a grayed out CIDR value in enclosed in [ ]. This is the default subnetting value for that network.  
     14Network entries also have 2 buttons at the far right, for [HaCiNetworkEdit editing] and [HaCiNetworkDelete deleting] the entry. A small icon may appear to the right of the network address for certain values of the [HaCiNetworkStatus status]. Some networks may have a grayed out CIDR value in enclosed in [ ]. This is the default subnetting value for that network.  
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    1616While roots for which you have no permission are not shown at all, you will still be able to see that a certain network exists, even if you are not allowed access to it. 
    17 [[Image(HaCiNetworkNoPermissions, right, nolink)]] 
     17[[Image(HaCiNetworkNoPermissions.png, right, nolink)]] 
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    1919<insert snapshot>