Thats the little GiFTMui menu currently in use, there aren't available too
many options but just the helpful ones ;)
Opens a window that contains information about the MUI toolkit including version and contact details of MUI itself as well as installed MUI custom classes and their authors.
Those of you who still without a MUI keyfile can start the registration procedure by clicking the central "Register" button. (Or follow This Link)
This application menu item opens a window that informs about the advantages of obtaining an AMIGIFT KeyFile.The registration fee can be paid using PayPal. (for other payment methods please ask us), a click on the PayPal button in the upper right corner of the window will attempt to start your browser and take you to the Amigift's PayPal site. Detailed info about the registration process can be found on that window. Clicking the "Cancel" button closes the window and leaves you behind with a bad conscience. :)
This application menu item opens the AMIGIFT's Online Updater window.
What appears to be not much more than an empty listview is a feature that allows easy access to updates of AmiGiFT components and network-specific data (Read: node and banlist files).
The listview contains columns that display the component names, the versions available locally and remotely and some additional information about these. Having the daemon online, a click on "Receive list" connects to the amigift website and fills the listview with the information retrieved. Now you can select the components you would like to have updated by selecting them and clicking "Update Selected". Which ought to be done whenever a component has been updated. Getting up-to-date banlists from time to time is recommended as well.The four checkmark gadgets in the lower left corner provide some extra comfort to the online updater:
The Inspector is an automated way of launching Locators, and what are locators, you ask? Locators are processes which looks for more sources for your active downloads, on a way that they don't stop downloading, read more about them on the preferences section.
If you want to abort a running Inspector, all you have to do is to launch it once again from this menu option and the running instance will be aborted.
This causes AmiGiFT to connect to an internet service that checks the reachability of your computer on those ports required for your settings. This may be useful when trying to find the reason for problems establishing connections to one or more networks.
The check will be performed from a sub-process, so that you can continue using GiFTMui without problems at all, a busy bar at the top-left corder of your screen will be shown while the check is running, once finished a requester will show up with the port results.