Update the menu screenshots and descriptions.
authorjake <jake@f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7>
Sun, 9 Jan 2011 19:44:21 +0000 (19:44 +0000)
committerjake <jake@f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7>
Sun, 9 Jan 2011 19:44:21 +0000 (19:44 +0000)
git-svn-id: http://anonsvn.wireshark.org/wireshark/trunk@35441 f5534014-38df-0310-8fa8-9805f1628bb7

14 files changed:
docbook/user-guide.xml
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-analyze-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-capture-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-edit-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-file-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-go-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-help-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-main-toolbar.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-main.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-statistics-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-telephony-menu.png
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-tools-menu.png [new file with mode: 0644]
docbook/wsug_graphics/ws-view-menu.png
docbook/wsug_src/WSUG_chapter_use.xml

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   <!ENTITY WiresharkGoMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-go-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkCaptureMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-capture-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkAnalyzeMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-analyze-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
-  <!ENTITY WiresharkTelephonyMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-telephony-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkStatisticsMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-statistics-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
+  <!ENTITY WiresharkTelephonyMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-telephony-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
+  <!ENTITY WiresharkToolsMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-tools-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkHelpMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-help-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkPacketPanePopupMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-packet-pane-popup-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
   <!ENTITY WiresharkDetailsPanePopupMenu SYSTEM "./wsug_graphics/ws-details-pane-popup-menu.png" NDATA PNG>
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                        It is discussed in more detail in <xref linkend="ChIOMergeSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
+             <!--<row>
                <entry><command>Import...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>
                    allows you to import a text file into a new temporary capture.
                        It is discussed in more detail in <xref linkend="ChIOImportSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
-             </row>
+             </row>-->
              <row>
                <entry><command>Close</command></entry>
                <entry>Ctrl+W</entry>
                <entry></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "Plain Text" file...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-                   This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packets in
-                   the capture file to a plain ASCII text file.
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportPlainDialog"/>).
-                 </para></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "PostScript" file...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-                   This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packets in
-                   the capture file to a PostScript file.
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportPSDialog"/>).
-                 </para></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "CSV" (Comma Separated Values packet summary) file...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-                   This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packet summaries in
-                   the capture file to a .csv file (e.g. used by spreadsheet programs).
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportCSVDialog"/>).
-                 </para></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "C Arrays" (packet bytes) file...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-                     This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packet bytes in 
-                     the capture file to a .c file so you can import the stream data into your
-                     own C program.
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportCArraysDialog"/>).
-               </para></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>------</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "PSML" file...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-                   This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packets in
-                   the capture file to a PSML (packet summary markup language) XML file.
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportPSMLDialog"/>).
-                 </para></entry>
-             </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Export > as "PDML" file...</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>Export > File...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>
                    This menu item allows you to export all (or some) of the packets in
-                   the capture file to a PDML (packet details markup language) XML file.
-                       It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
-                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportPDMLDialog"/>).
+                   the capture file to file.
+                   It pops up the Wireshark Export dialog box (which is discussed further in
+                   <xref linkend="ChIOExportSection"/>).
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>------</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Export > Selected Packet Bytes...</command></entry>
                <entry>Ctrl+H</entry>
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>Objects > HTTP</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>Export > Objects > HTTP</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>
                    This menu item allows you to export all or some of the captured HTTP objects
                    further in <xref linkend="ChIOExportObjectsDialog"/>)
                </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Export > Objects > DICOM</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+                   This menu item allows you to export all or some of the captured DICOM objects
+                   into local files. It pops up the Wireshark DICOM object list (which is discussed
+                   further in <xref linkend="ChIOExportObjectsDialog"/>)
+               </para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>------</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                  <xref linkend="ChUseFilterToolbarSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Wireless Toolbar (Windows only)</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+                   This menu item hides or shows the wireless toolbar. See
+                   the AirPcap documentation for more information.
+                 </para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Statusbar</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                  <xref linkend="ChWorkTimeFormatsSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Time Display Format > Seconds Since Epoch (1970-01-01):  1234567890.123456</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+             Selecting this tells Wireshark to display time stamps in
+             seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00:00, see
+                 <xref linkend="ChWorkTimeFormatsSection"/>.
+                 </para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Time Display Format > Seconds Since Beginning of Capture:  123.123456</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                  <xref linkend="ChWorkTimeFormatsSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>Time Display Format > Seconds Since Epoch (1970-01-01):  1234567890.123456</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>
-             Selecting this tells Wireshark to display time stamps in
-             seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00:00, see
-                 <xref linkend="ChWorkTimeFormatsSection"/>.
-                 </para></entry>
-             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Time Display Format > ------</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><command>Time Display Format > ...seconds:  0....</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>
-             Selecting this tells Wireshark to display time stamps with a precision of one second, decisecond, centisecond, millisecond, microsecond or nanosecond, see
+             Selecting this tells Wireshark to display time stamps with a precision of one second,
+             decisecond, centisecond, millisecond, microsecond or nanosecond, see
                  <xref linkend="ChWorkTimeFormatsSection"/>.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Time Display Format > Display Seconds with hours and minutes</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+             Selecting this tells Wireshark to display time stamps in seconds,
+             with hours and minutes.
+                 </para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Name Resolution > Resolve Name</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                  </para></note>
                  </entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Displayed Columns</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+                 This menu items folds out with a list of all configured columns.
+                 These columns can now be shown or hidden in the packet list.
+                 </para>
+                 </entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>------</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>
                    This menu item expands the currently selected subtree in the
-                       packet details tree.
+                   packet details tree.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
                    <xref linkend="ChWorkDefineFilterMacrosSection"/>
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>------</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+             </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Apply as Column</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+                   This menu item adds the selected protocol item in the packet details
+                   pane as a column to the packet list.
+                 </para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Apply as Filter > ...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>ANCP...</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChStatXXX"/></para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>BOOTP-DHCP...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChStatXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Colledtd...</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChStatXXX"/></para></entry>
+             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>Compare...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChStatXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>ISUP Messages</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChStatXXX"/></para></entry>
-             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>ONC-RPC Programs</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
            </thead>
            <tbody>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>ANSI</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>IAX2</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>Fax T38 Analysis...</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>SMPP Operations...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>GSM</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>SCTP</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>H.225...</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>ANSI</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
              <row>
-               <entry><command>IAX2</command></entry>
+               <entry><command>GSM</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
+             </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>H.225...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelRTPAnalysis"/></para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>SCTP</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
-             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>SIP...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
                <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
              </row>
-             <row>
-               <entry><command>SMPP Operations...</command></entry>
-               <entry></entry>
-               <entry><para>See <xref linkend="ChTelXXX"/></para></entry>
-             </row>
              <row>
                <entry><command>UCP Messages...</command></entry>
                <entry></entry>
       The Wireshark Tools menu contains the fields shown in
       <xref linkend="ChUseTools"/>.
     </para>
-<!--
     <figure id="ChUseWiresharkToolsMenu">
       <title>The "Tools" Menu</title>
       <graphic entityref="WiresharkToolsMenu" format="PNG"/>
     </figure>
--->
     <table id="ChUseTools" frame="none">
       <title>Tools menu items</title>
       <tgroup cols="3">
                        It is assumed that the rules will be applied to an outside interface.
                  </para></entry>
              </row>
+             <row>
+               <entry><command>Lua</command></entry>
+               <entry></entry>
+               <entry><para>
+                   These options allow you to work with the Lua interpreter optionally
+                   build into Wireshark, see <xref linkend="wsluarm_intro"/>.
+                 </para></entry>
+             </row>
            </tbody>
       </tgroup>
     </table>