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; Copy URL : Copies the URL to the clipboard.
 
; Copy URL : Copies the URL to the clipboard.
; Get passworded URL : Copies the URL to the clipboard. The URL so made integrates username and password necessary to access the file.
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; Get passworded URL : Copies the URL to the clipboard. The resultant URL integrates the username and password necessary to access the file.
: To specify user/pass via URL is a less secure system, but it is easier to use and more secure than no password at all.
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: Specifying the username/password through the URL is a less secure system, but it is easier to use and more secure than no password at all.
 
; Set URL : Set the link.
 
; Set URL : Set the link.
; Browse it : Opens your default web browser on the URL of the item.
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; Browse it : Opens your default web browser on the item's URL.
; Open it : Opens the selected item, on the server computer of course.
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; Open it : Opens the selected item on the server computer.
; Comment : Specify a comment for the item. It will appear to the client while browsing.
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; Comment : Specify a comment for the item. It is displayed in the client when browsing.
 
; Icon : Select a different icon for the item.
 
; Icon : Select a different icon for the item.
; Switch to virtual-folder : Turn a real folder to a virtual one.
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; Diff template : This works as the HTML template, but just applies to the selected folder (and below). Using this feature you can have a different template in every folder. The "diff" stands for ''difference'', indeed you can specify only the sections of the template you want to change, not necessarily the whole script. There is also a way to [[HFS: Hidden things|input this text via file]].
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; Switch to virtual-folder : Changes a real folder into a virtual folder.
 
; New folder : Adds a virtual folder.
 
; New folder : Adds a virtual folder.
; New link : Adds a "link" item. A link has a URL, therefore you can link anything on the net.
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; New link : Adds a "link" item. A link has a URL, so you can link to anything on the Internet.
; Rename : Renames the item from the VFS.
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; Rename : Renames the item in the VFS.
 
; Remove : Removes the item from the VFS.
 
; Remove : Removes the item from the VFS.
;Edit resource... : Allows you to change the folder or file which the VFS points to.
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;Edit resource: Allows you to change the folder or file which the VFS points to.
; Paste : If you copy a file from Explorer, you can then paste it in the VFS.
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; Paste : If you copy a file from Explorer, you can then paste it into the VFS.
; Add files... : Opens a dialog where you can select files to be added.
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; Add files : Opens a dialog where you can select files to be added.
; Add folder... : Opens a dialog where you can select a folder to be added.
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; Add folder : Opens a dialog where you can select a folder to be added.
; Files/Folders filter...
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; Files/Folders filter
: If you set a filter for files/folders, then some items will be hidden. It works actually as the "Hide" command so please refer to it for more details. The only files that will be shown are the ones that match the filter mask. For more information on file masks check the [[HFS:_File_masks|specific section]].
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: If you set a filter for files/folders, then some items are hidden. This works like the "Hide" command, so refer below for more details. The only files displayed are those that match the filter mask. For more information, check [[HFS:_File_masks|here]].
; Default file mask... : When a folder is browsed, the default file mask is used to find a file to serve in place of the folder page. If no file is found, the folder page is served.
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; Default file mask. : When a folder is browsed, the default file mask is used to find a file to serve in place of the folder page. If no file is found, the folder page is served.
; Don't count as download<nowiki> :mask...</nowiki>
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; Don't count as download<nowiki> :mask </nowiki>
: Files matching this filemask are not considered for global downloads counter. Moreover they never get tray icon.
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: Files matching this filemask are not added to the global downloads counter. They also never use the tray icon.
; Set user/pass... : You can protect by password an item. This is an on-the-fly protection, if you need something more, use the account system (users).
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; Don't Log
; Reset user/pass : Removes user/pass protection. Just the one referred by the above option, it does not alter by-account protection.  
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: Prevents hfs from adding any request for the file/folder to the log.
; Restrict access : Protects an item by restricting access to specified users. Before using this option you have to configure some account. (Putting a tick next to a user grants them access to that item.)
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; Set user/pass : You can protect an item by password. This is an on-the-fly protection, if you need something more permanent, use the account system (users).
; Visible only to anonymous users : Makes an item appear to anonymous users but not to users who have logged in.
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; Reset user/pass : Removes username/password protection. This just affects the item referenced by the Set option, it does not alter the account protection.  
; Customized realm : Specify a [[HFS:_Realms|realm]] for the item's login dialogue box.
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; Restrict access : Protects an item by restricting access to specified users. Before using this option you must configure some accounts. (Putting a tick next to a user grants them access to that item.)
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; Visible only to anonymous users : Displays an item to anonymous users, but not to users who have logged in.
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; Customized realm : Specify a [[HFS:_Realms|realm]] for the item's login dialog box.
 
; Upload : Allow specified users to upload to this folder.
 
; Upload : Allow specified users to upload to this folder.
; Let browse : Dis/allow browsing for the selected folder.
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; Let browse : Allow or disallow browsing for the selected folder.
; Hide : If you don't want people to know about a file that is in your VFS, you can just hide it. It does not actually prevent retrieving, in facts you can give a full URL of the file to your friend and he will be able to download it. It just do not list the file when people is browsing through the VFS. It is not the most secure way to protect your files from unwanted accesses, though it is often reasonable since in most cases people do not know the name of the file you are hiding.
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; Let download : Allow or disallow users to download a file. Since for real-folders you can't set the option clicking on the files, you can set the option on the folder, and it will be inherited by the files.
; Hide tree : As the option above, but it has an effect on subitems too.
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; Hide : If you don't want people to know about a file that is in your VFS, you can just hide it. This does not actually prevent retrieval; in fact you can give the full URL of the file to your friends and they will still be able to download it. It simply does not display the file when people are browsing through the VFS. This is not the most secure way to protect your files from unwanted access, although it is quite reasonable since people do not normally know the name of the file you are hiding.<br> This is also useful when you add eg. a folder full of images to your site, but don't want users to see it, or be distracted by it.
; Expand/Collapse : Expands/Collapses the tree branch.
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; Hide tree : Identical to the option above, but it also includes subitems.
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; Auto-hide empty folders : Prevents empty folders from being displayed.

Latest revision as of 03:46, 11 November 2007

Virtual File System Menu

Copy URL 
Copies the URL to the clipboard.
Get passworded URL 
Copies the URL to the clipboard. The resultant URL integrates the username and password necessary to access the file.
Specifying the username/password through the URL is a less secure system, but it is easier to use and more secure than no password at all.
Set URL 
Set the link.
Browse it 
Opens your default web browser on the item's URL.
Open it 
Opens the selected item on the server computer.
Comment 
Specify a comment for the item. It is displayed in the client when browsing.
Icon 
Select a different icon for the item.
Diff template 
This works as the HTML template, but just applies to the selected folder (and below). Using this feature you can have a different template in every folder. The "diff" stands for difference, indeed you can specify only the sections of the template you want to change, not necessarily the whole script. There is also a way to input this text via file.
Switch to virtual-folder 
Changes a real folder into a virtual folder.
New folder 
Adds a virtual folder.
New link 
Adds a "link" item. A link has a URL, so you can link to anything on the Internet.
Rename 
Renames the item in the VFS.
Remove 
Removes the item from the VFS.
Edit resource
Allows you to change the folder or file which the VFS points to.
Paste 
If you copy a file from Explorer, you can then paste it into the VFS.
Add files 
Opens a dialog where you can select files to be added.
Add folder 
Opens a dialog where you can select a folder to be added.
Files/Folders filter
If you set a filter for files/folders, then some items are hidden. This works like the "Hide" command, so refer below for more details. The only files displayed are those that match the filter mask. For more information, check here.
Default file mask. 
When a folder is browsed, the default file mask is used to find a file to serve in place of the folder page. If no file is found, the folder page is served.
Don't count as download :mask
Files matching this filemask are not added to the global downloads counter. They also never use the tray icon.
Don't Log
Prevents hfs from adding any request for the file/folder to the log.
Set user/pass 
You can protect an item by password. This is an on-the-fly protection, if you need something more permanent, use the account system (users).
Reset user/pass 
Removes username/password protection. This just affects the item referenced by the Set option, it does not alter the account protection.
Restrict access 
Protects an item by restricting access to specified users. Before using this option you must configure some accounts. (Putting a tick next to a user grants them access to that item.)
Visible only to anonymous users 
Displays an item to anonymous users, but not to users who have logged in.
Customized realm 
Specify a realm for the item's login dialog box.
Upload 
Allow specified users to upload to this folder.
Let browse 
Allow or disallow browsing for the selected folder.
Let download 
Allow or disallow users to download a file. Since for real-folders you can't set the option clicking on the files, you can set the option on the folder, and it will be inherited by the files.
Hide 
If you don't want people to know about a file that is in your VFS, you can just hide it. This does not actually prevent retrieval; in fact you can give the full URL of the file to your friends and they will still be able to download it. It simply does not display the file when people are browsing through the VFS. This is not the most secure way to protect your files from unwanted access, although it is quite reasonable since people do not normally know the name of the file you are hiding.
This is also useful when you add eg. a folder full of images to your site, but don't want users to see it, or be distracted by it.
Hide tree 
Identical to the option above, but it also includes subitems.
Auto-hide empty folders 
Prevents empty folders from being displayed.