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Selecting a project

Version 1 (Holger Just, 2011-01-16 11:49 am)

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h1. Selecting a project
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*TODO: Add screenshots.*
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To select a project:
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# Click %(button)Projects% at top left.
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  _The list of *Projects* displays._
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  !Projects.png!
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  %(smallnote)A yellow star ( !fav.png! ) displays beside projects for which you're a member (*Developer*, *Manager*, or *Reporter*).%
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# Click to display the %(button)Overview% page for a particular project.
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  _The *Overview* page displays a summary of open issues, members, and news for the project._
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  !Overview.png!
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# From here, you can click the links at top to view [[Viewing activity|Activity]], [[Tracking issues|Issues]], [[Viewing news|News]] (including release notes), [[Viewing documents|Documents]] (such as user guides), and [[Viewing wiki pages|Wiki]] pages (such as developer notes).
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p(tip). You can also quickly jump to a project's *Overview* page, by selecting from the *jump to a project...* dropdown menu at top right.
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!jump.png!
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Or you can [[Searching ChiliProject|search]] for the project name by selecting *All Projects* and the *Projects* checkbox.
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p(see-also). And, if you're adventurous, you can try the "Firefox Redmine toolbar":https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11545 add-on, that lets you quickly jump to any ChiliProject or Redmine page for a selected project.
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!Toolbar.png!