Changeset 3398


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Timestamp:
May 28, 2007, 5:04:01 PM (14 years ago)
Author:
Jari Häkkinen
Message:

Fixes #527.

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  • trunk/doc/src/docbook/userdoc/trashcan.xml

    r3394 r3398  
    3838    </menuchoice>
    3939    and it differs a bit from the other common list pages. The most significant difference is
    40     that it's able to contain more then one item type, actually all item types in BASE that are
    41     removable. This exclude ie. items like sessions, that neither can be removed or deleted, and
    42     clients' helptexts that are deleted from the database immediately in list/item view.
     40    that the trashcan page is able to contain more then one item type,
     41    actually all item types in BASE that are removable. Items that
     42    neither can be removed or deleted, <emphasis>i.e.,</emphasis>
     43    items like sessions, nor clients' help texts since these are
     44    deleted from the database immediately in list/item view will be
     45    shown in the trashcan page.
    4346  </para>
    4447  <warning>
    4548    <para>
    46       Some item types don't have any owner and these are listed in the trashcans for everyone
    47       with delete - permission on the specific item type.
     49      Some item types do not have any owner and these are listed in
     50      the trashcans for everyone with delete permission on that
     51      specific item type.
    4852    </para>
    4953  </warning>
    5054
    5155  <para>
    52     Things that are common with other list pages are the possibility to restore items and to
    53     view/edit them, see
     56    Things that the trashcan page have in common with other list pages
     57    are the possibility to restore and view/edit items, see
    5458    <xref linkend="webclient.items.restore" />
    5559    and
    5660    <xref linkend="webclient.items.edit" />
    57     . If an item is restored, it will of course dissappear from the trashcan.
     61    . If an item is restored, it will of course disappear from the trashcan.
    5862  </para>
    5963
     
    7478      <note>
    7579        <simpara>
    76           This is NOT the same view page as when clicking on the item's name, which brings
     80          This view is NOT the same view page as when clicking on the
     81          item's name, which brings
    7782          you to the item's view page.
    7883        </simpara>
     
    8085    </para>
    8186    <para>
    82       To delete one or several items permanently from trashcan you first have to select them,
    83       click then on the
     87      To delete one or several items permanently from trashcan you
     88      first have to select them and then click on the
    8489      &gbDelete;
    8590      button. Press then on either
     
    96101        <guibutton>Empty trash</guibutton>
    97102        button can be used. This function will delete all items that are listed in your
    98         trashcan, except those which other items, that aren't marked for deletion or that
    99         can't be deleted, are depending on.
     103        trashcan, except those items which other items, not marked for
     104        deletion or can't be deleted, are dependent on.
    100105      </para>
    101106    </sect2>
     
    106111    <helptext external_id="trash.view.properties" title="Properties for a trashed item">
    107112      <para>
    108         This view can only be accessed from the trashed items that are linked together with
     113        This view can only be accessed from trashed items that are
     114        linked together with
    109115        other items. Beside the item's
    110116        <guilabel>item type</guilabel>
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