where`s the `Browse button` ??
|Peter||07/26/2005 11:23 am|
I must be stupid! I try to save as I browse but I can`t understand where the browse button is. I have read the online help but can`t find it. I have tried customizing the button settings but can`t find it there either. I see the Autosave button but where do I click next before I start browsing and have OEE save only the pages/images I visit ?
Also, if a link brings up a new window (a valid popup window which I want to save), will this be captured as well ?
|Oleg Chernavin||07/27/2005 05:58 am|
|Yes, all popup windows will be also captured. To browse a Project offline, right-click it and choose Browse.
|Peter||07/27/2005 08:59 pm|
|> To browse a Project offline, right-click it and choose Browse.
Ahh... might I suggest then to change the wording in the help file which at present is a bit confusing.
On the page "Saving pages as you browse" Under step 3 there is mention of the `browse button on the toolbar` when what is meant is, as you say, the browse option from the rightclick menu....
Maybe a small thing but got me into a circle looking for something that was not there....
Ciao and thanks,
|Oleg Chernavin||07/28/2005 06:31 am|
|There should be the Browse button on toolbar. Perhaps you customized the toolbar and the button is not visible there. But the default layout includes the button. It should be the first button there.
What I told you was another way to do that.
|07/28/2005 07:19 am|
|> Ahh... might I suggest then to change the wording in the help file which at present is a bit confusing.
There is a "Browse"-button on the toolbar! - on the main toolbar and not on the internal browser toolbar. If you dont have it anymore:
- Right-Click on the main toolbar
- Categories: default
- Commands: Browse
Drag this button to the main toolbar.
(But you can also simply double-click on the project name in the Projects tree if you want to browse.)