On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 08:27, cepler at fotki dot com wrote:
> It'd be nice to be able to quickly enable/disable the rules in
> the firewall by clicking on the graphical arrows/x's on the left
> to toggle the rule enable/disable? Good idea? Another nice
> thing would to have a way to insert a rule above or below other
> rules rather than having to move it up, up, up, up, up, up..
> (Slow when using floppy)
You can disable rules by editing them and selecting the "Disable this
rule" checkbox. Yes, a "disable" button would be nice, tho.
If you have a look at the "Rules" page, you will see a "+" sign beside
each rule. This "+" sign lets you add a rule immediately after the
particular rule - if you have 5 existing rules and click the "+" beside
the 2nd rule, a new rule is inserted between the original rule 2 and
original rule 3. If you need to insert a new "first rule", then all you
need to do is move the new rule you added under the existing rule 1 up a
single place - this will place limited load on your floppy drive - a
single rule addition followed by a single rule move.
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