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Fred can use Domino policies to control many things in the widgets sidebar or toolbar and catalog
Open Pubnames.ntf to create a new desktop policy
Click the Widgets tab
Click New Click Widgets
Set Desktop Policies to Deploy Widgets (cont.)
Complete the pertinent fields
Default catalog name is toolbox.nsf; public server one is Noteswidgets.nsf Deploy your own or use this Public server 126.96.36.199
Set Desktop Policies to Deploy Widgets (cont.) “ Widget catalog categories to install” refers to the categories from the widget catalog. Widgets in these categories automatically get installed on Philippe’s computer. You have to type in these categories by hand in the policy, separated with a comma
Set Desktop Policies to Deploy Widgets (cont.) If you turn on “Show the My Widgets panel … ” in this policy, then Philippe sees the My Widgets sidebar panel and toolbar automatically This will be checked on
This agent ensures that Widget documents are properly created and populated; if a problem is found, the offending document is removed from the user views, is placed in the Administration/Document Queue, and an email is sent to the document author informing him/her of the problem
Deploy a Widget Catalog: Enable ToolSweeper Agent (cont.) Click Enable If you are looking at the public catalog on the turtleweb site, it is not there. You have to be using your own Widget catalog on your own server.
David Beymer, Daniel Russell, and Peter Z Orton, “Wide vs. Narrow Paragraphs: An Eye Tracking Analysis,” Proc. Interact 2005 – International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Rome, September 2005.
Peter Orton, David Beymer, and Daniel Russell, “The Long and the Short of Learning,” Training+Development, Vol 61 No 2, 2007, pp 66-69. Training+Development magazine is published by the American Society for Training & Development (the world’s largest association dedicated to workplace learning). This paper reviews our eye tracking studies on line length and online reading.