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Navigating in the .NET Interface Editor

The pages of the .NET Interface Editor are organized in a series of tabs at the top of the application. The corresponding content appears below.

When a second hierarchical level is necessary, an horizontal menu bar appears below the tabs. For the Search Hubs and Search Interfaces tabs, a drop-down list also appears at the right-end of the menu bar to allow you to respectively select the Current Hub or Current Interface to which the parameters in the selected page apply.

When a third hierarchical level is necessary, a vertical navigation panel appears on the left side of the page. The corresponding content then appears on the right side of the page.

To navigate to a specific page of the .NET Interface Editor

  1. Select the appropriate tab.

  2. When an horizontal menu bar appears, select the appropriate menu command.

  3. For Search Hubs and Search Interfaces tabs, in the Current Hub or Current Interface drop-down list that appears at the right-end of the menu bar, respectively select the appropriate hub or search interface to which the parameters in the selected page will apply.

  4. When a third hierarchical level is necessary, select the appropriate item in the navigation panel on the left side of the page.

Note: The Tab > Menu Command > Navigation Panel Item syntax is often used throughout the documentation to quickly identify the location of a page. The > symbol is used as the separator.

Example: In the .NET Interface Editor, go to the Search Interfaces > Features > General page.

Level 1 - Search Interfaces is selected in the series of tabs
Level 2 - Features is selected in the menu bar
The Current Interface drop-down list
Level 3 - General is selected in the navigation panel
Corresponding content
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