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  • Features for Admins
    Tab is a special tab on the properties dialog for Plone items Generally it appears only if you have administrator privileges This tab shows who can access the content It resembles the sharing tab you see on folders inside Enfold Server or Plone It has two sections users and groups By selecting particular users or groups you can assign who has access to this content To give access to a user or group check the appropriate box The sharing tab will show up only if a permission has been set by the administrator The permission is Enfold Desktop Share Object and by default this is given to site Managers and owners of the content If you would like to share content and do not have this tab contact your site administrator Further if you are Administrator and the site has more than 100 users the sharing tab will be blank for performance reasons Restricting which types are addable When you add new items with Enfold Desktop you will only see content types which are addable inside this Plone folder Sometimes which item is addable depends on the specific settings for a particular folder Generally admins or those with access to Plone Site Setup have full rights to choose which content types are addable to a particular folder However depending on your security model an ordinary user may also have the right to restrict content types for a folder he or she has created To do this go to the URL of the Plone folder and on the Add Restrictions Specify Types Manually Using Blacklists to hide content types in Enfold Desktop The above method lets you filter content types for each folder You are not really configuring Enfold Desktop here Enfold Desktop is simply reflecting what types are addable in each folder There is another exclusion method specific to Enfold Desktop called Blacklists This allows you to prevent certain content types from being viewed in Enfold Desktop In many cases custom content types are excluded from viewing editing in Enfold Desktop anyway Content types are addable in Plone only if the product contains WebDAV support and for the most part Webdav support is not a common feature for Plone products For this reason custom types are generally kept hidden from view in Enfold Desktop In addition the Plone Administrator can specify certain content types within Plone which will not be viewable in Enfold Desktop In most cases Enfold Desktop will not be able to see custom content types so it is not entirely necessary to use blacklists But blacklists can help when dealing with general content types which are more easily edited via the web such as Criterion Collection and Discussion items To use blacklists go to Plone Site Setup Enfold Desktop and choose the type you wish to blacklist from the dropdown list Giving Workflows Versioning to Files or Images This topic refers generally to Plone s versioning capability and not specifically Enfold Desktop Enfold Desktop does not support

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/software/desktop/docs/4.0/adminfeatures.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Adding Functionality
    note that the category says Desktop Actions If you changed the title of this Desktop Action to View in Firefox for example and saved people who used Enfold Desktop would see that instead of View in Browser the right click option would say View in Firefox instead That is just a cosmetic change of course URL Expression and Condition Expression contain a description of the action produced and a condition to see if the Desktop Action ought to apply Other Uses Here are some possible uses for Desktop actions A Desktop action could send the user to a URL to notify the original creator about a change A Desktop action could let you view a custom URL associated with this document such as a listing of reader comments about the document A Desktop action could create a PDF RTF version of the document for download A Desktop action could let you add additional metadata like keywords etc about a particular document or file The example shows in the next section lets you view the history of a document or file Example Making a View History Desktop Action To demonstrate how Desktop Actions work let s make another Desktop action titled View History When you right click on it it will take you to the history page of a Plone content item The history page lists the different versions of a document and lets you revert to previous versions view Change Logs and view differences between versions See this important note about Enfold Desktop and Versioning Go to plonesite portal actions in ZMI Choose the Actions tab at the top Enter these values Title View History ID view history URL Expression python object portal url getRelativeUrl object versions history form Condition Expression leave blank Permission View Category desktop action Visible yes check this After you complete this press the Save button underneath it When in Enfold Desktop refresh the view of your current folder by hitting F5 Assuming that you have entered your data correctly you should see one more menu item on the right click menu called View History After you choose View History your browser will open up in the history tab of a document If you have made one or more versions using Kupu the history tab should show some information about the different versions of the document Note that Enfold Desktop does not create change notes and or keep versions of consecutive checkins so it s usefulness may be limited if it hasn t been edited previously in Kupu Action Reference Guide This comes from the Zope documentation for CMFCore Actions For information about how to construct TALES expression see http wiki zope org ZPT TALES http wiki zope org ZPT TALES Actions generate links to views of content or to specific methods of the site They can be filtered via their conditions The Actions tab is the place to add or modify actions The following fields are available to describe an action Title The freely selectable

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/software/desktop/docs/4.0/extending.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Desktop Documentation
    someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link Enter the word below Required Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The Plone Experts All rights reserved Services Our Approach

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/software/desktop/docs/4.0/sendto_form (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems Support Subscription
    notify you of updates to this file and or topics related to this file You will be automatically subscribed to our mailing list but you may opt out of future email contact Other than for processing an order we will never share your data with a 3rd party Read our privacy policy for more details Your name Your email Captcha Type the code from the picture shown below Privacy Sitemap

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/assets/pdfs/enfold-systems-support-subscription.pdf/check-email.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems - North American Plone Symposium 2008
    by Enfold Systems The North American Plone Symposium 2008 was a Plone mini conference held in New Orleans LA The goal was to summarize the development and deployment experience of the veterans and pass those on to conference attendees We were excited to again host the symposium and thank the attendees and sponsors for making it possible says Enfold president Alan Runyan Conference page Agenda Photos Print this page Send

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/Nola2008 (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems - Ploneability Higher Ed
    where college and university Web content managers developers and site administrators connected and shared success stories involving Plone the open source content management system Enfold Systems organized the event and the Texas Learning and Computation Center hosted it at the University of Houston on Nov 8 2007 Photos Agenda Presentations Attendee list Evaluation results Print this page Send this page Privacy Sitemap Contact Us Copyright 2016 Enfold Systems Inc The

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/ploneability-higher-ed (2016-02-11)
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  • Enfold Systems - World Plone Day 2008
    and students connected to learn more about Plone the open source content management system Held in more than 22 countries around the world this community focused event to raise awareness about the Plone CMS and how it has been implemented throughout various organizations Enfold Systems organized the event and the Texas Learning and Computation Center hosted it at the University of Houston on Nov 7 2008 Photos Agenda Print this

    Original URL path: http://www.enfoldsystems.com/events/wpd_2008 (2016-02-11)
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  • Plone Advocacy
    mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link Enter the word below Required Contact Us Enfold Systems Houston Texas USA 1 713 942 2377 voice 1 832 201 8856 fax More Contact Information A Must Have Plone USER Guide Get the book specifically for Plone authors and editors published by Enfold Systems available on Amazon com Learn more All About

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