Browse Repositories Dialog
This dialog opens when you click the Browse repositories button on the Plugins page.
This dialog shows a list of repository plugins .
You can sort and filter the plugins list, download and install plugins, manage enterprise plugin repositories, and configure HTTP proxy settings.
| Type the search string. |
As you type, the list of plugins changes: only the plugins whose names and descriptions contain the specified string are displayed.
If you want MPS to remember the search string, press N/A.
To bring the plugin list back to its initial state, delete the text in the search box or click .
To access the list of memorized search strings, click .
|Use this icon to update the list of plugins and their statuses.|
|If you have enterprise plugin repositories configured, there is a list that provides repository-based filtering. You can select to see the contents of all repositories o,r only the selected one.|
|This list provides category-based filtering. You can select to see all plugins, or the plugins that belong to the selected category.|
|Sort by||Click and select a category.|
|Install plugin||Click the Install plugin button in the description area to download and install the selected plugin.|
|HTTP Proxy Settings||If you access the Internet via an HTTP proxy, click this button and specify the HTTP proxy settings.|
|Manage repositories||Click this button to create or edit the list of enterprise plugin repositories in the Custom Plugin Repositories dialog.|
Context menu commands
|Reload List of Plugins||Use this command to update the list of plugins and their statuses.|
|Sort by | <Category>|| Use this command to enable or cancel sorting. The following categories are available: |
|Download and Install||Use this command to download and install the selected plugin.|