Defining user interface options

You use the User Interface Options section to define the user interface options of an authoring portlet.

  1. Select Hide the Taskbar to hide the taskbar in the authoring portlet.
  2. To use the default user interface, select Repository Browser. If you have created a custom launch page to use in place of the default user interface, select Launch Page. For example, file.jsp.
  3. To improve performance you can limit the number of tasks a user can open at the same time in the authoring portlet by entering a number in the Maximum open tasks per Authoring Portlet instance field.
  4. To improve performance you can limit the number of items a user can select in an index at the same time in the authoring portlet by entering a number in the Maximum selected items per action before warning and Maximum selected items per action before action denied fields.
  5. The number of rows that appear in an index is defined in the Maximum rows per table field. If left blank, this defaults to 10. A maximum of 500 rows can set.
  6. To enable People Awareness, select Enable people awareness. People Awareness allows you to select User Names that appear in views and forms within the Authoring Portlet , and send those users an e-mail or Sametime message.