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Contextual Menu

Contents:

Folder contextual menu

  1. Rename - rename this folder - NOTE: If you have already linked to files within this folder, you will have to go back and relink to them.  
  2. Upload files
  3. New
  4. Info - This is actually empty for folders.  I'm unsure why it's in the contextual menu for folders
  5. Copy - copy the folder.  If you have the clipboard open, the item will appear in the "Normal" panel.
  6. Cut - cut the folder to move.   If you have the clipboard open, the item will appear in the "Normal" panel.
  7. Delete - delete this folder. You cannot do this if the folder has items in it, you have to go into the folder, delete the items first.

File contextual menu

  1. Rename - if you have linked to this file or you have inserted the image into content, and you rename it, you will have to back and re-link or re-insert this file.
  2. Info - Provides information on the file (see below).
  3. Copy - copy this item. If you have the clipboard open, the item will appear in the "Normal" panel.
  4. Cut - cut this item to move - if you have linked to this file or you have inserted the image into content, and you move it, you will have to back and re-link or re-insert this file. If you have the clipboard open, the item will appear in the "Normal" panel.
  5. Delete - delete this item - if you have linked to this file or you have inserted the image into content... well it will no longer be there.

File Information

  1. File icon, file name and document size - document size will be in kilobytes if the document is under 1 megabyte and in megabytes if it is over 1 megabyte
  2. Dimensions - Typo3 will provide this for images and PDF's (anything with a thumbnail)
  3. Thumbnail - Typo3 will provide a small thumbnail for images and PDF's
  4. References to this item - This table will show how and where there are links to this item.  

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