Plug-ins collection

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In this module you can choose a plug-in you want to install from the collection of plug-ins. You can also view information about a plug-in, such as its author, programming language that was used to write this plug-in, its functions and other information.

Module«Plug-ins»
Image:T-back.png Back to the previous page
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of plug-ins
Image:T-install.png Install plug-in
Image:T-edit.png Plug-in information

View a list of plug-ins

  • Plug-in name - name of the plug-in.
  • Description - detailed information about the plug-in, including its functions and the interface elements that appear when the plug-in is used.
  • Version - the latest version available for download.
  • Author - name of the plug-in's developer.

Install plug-in

If you want to install the plug-in, select it from the list and click the "Install" icon. A new from will be displayed. Carefully read the information in the form before installation.

Module «Plug-ins»
  • I was warned about consequences of my actions - select the check box if you have read the information and agreed to it.

If additional packages are required for your plug-in, the following form will open:

Module «Plug-ins»

The installer will check these modules. Install them, if prompted.

Once the installation is complete, the plug-in will be added into the Plug-in management module.

Plug-in information

To learn detailed information about a plug-in, select one and click the "Info" icon. The following form will be displayed:

Module «Plug-ins»
  • Detailed description - description of the plug-in's functionality.
  • Programming language - programming language that was used to write this plug-in.
  • Required modules - supplementary packages that are needed for plug-in installation.
  • Author - name of the plug-in's developer.
  • Support home page (or "Contacts) - by clicking the "Support home page" link you will be taken to the page with infromation about this plug-in. It can be a web-site, forum post or blog. If the "Contacts" field is used instead of the link, it will contain the developer's email address.
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