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 On the left, you will see the list of the [[../​users/​users|users]]. This list includes only those users towards whom you have the //Manage user's access rights// right). The users who already have some access to the item are highlighted and displayed at the top of the list. To quickly search for users, apply the dynamic filter located above the list. Enter the name or part of the username. The users whose name corresponds to the mask will be displayed. On the left, you will see the list of the [[../​users/​users|users]]. This list includes only those users towards whom you have the //Manage user's access rights// right). The users who already have some access to the item are highlighted and displayed at the top of the list. To quickly search for users, apply the dynamic filter located above the list. Enter the name or part of the username. The users whose name corresponds to the mask will be displayed.
  
-Another way to facilitate your work with the list is to use sorting. You can sort the items either in the alphabetic ​or access rights order. To do it, click on the corresponding ​button to the right of the dynamic filter. :!: The button shows the variant ​of the order different from the one in use.\\+Another way to facilitate your work with the list is to use sorting. You can sort the items either in the alphabetical ​or access rights order. To do it, use the button to the right of the dynamic filter. :!: The button shows the mode of sorting ​different from the one in use.\\
 {{:​icons:​rights_sort.png?​nolink}} — activates access rights order.\\ {{:​icons:​rights_sort.png?​nolink}} — activates access rights order.\\
 {{:​icons:​az.png?​nolink}} — activates alphabetical order.\\ {{:​icons:​az.png?​nolink}} — activates alphabetical order.\\
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 The presets section is located in the dialog above the access rights list. You can edit or delete the presets provided by default as well as create new ones. The //Edit Presets// button is located below the presets list. After clicking on this button, the left part of the dialog and access rights list will be displayed as disabled, and the buttons for working with presets will appear. The presets section is located in the dialog above the access rights list. You can edit or delete the presets provided by default as well as create new ones. The //Edit Presets// button is located below the presets list. After clicking on this button, the left part of the dialog and access rights list will be displayed as disabled, and the buttons for working with presets will appear.
  
-To create a new preset, click the //Create// button. A new preset will appear in the presets list. Give it a name (double-click on the name field), and then check the required boxes in the activated access rights list below. Click //Save//.+To create a new preset, click on the //Create// button. A new preset will appear in the presets list. Give it a name (double-click on the name field), and then check the required boxes in the activated access rights list below. Click //Save//.
  
-A new preset can be created by copying an existing one. To do this, click the button ​{{:​icons:​copy.png?​nolink}} which appears when you hover your mouse over the preset. Make changes (edit name and checkboxes),​ and then click //Save//. Note that you cannot create presets with identical checkboxes for the elements of the same type. Such copies will be removed.+A new preset can be created by copying an existing one. To do this, click on the icon {{:​icons:​copy.png?​nolink}} which appears when you point to the preset. Make changes (edit name and checkboxes),​ and then click //Save//. Note that you cannot create presets with identical checkboxes for the elements of the same type. Such copies will be removed.
  
-To delete access rights preset, click the button ​{{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}} which appears when you mouse over the preset.+To delete access rights preset, click on the icon {{:​icons:​del.png?​nolink}} which appears when you point to the preset.
  
 Each preset has its own color which is given to it upon creation. The color cannot be changed. If a preset is applied to any user, then the username will be highlighted in the corresponding color in the left part of the dialog. However, there are some exceptions in color application. If there are no flags chosen in the preset (for example in //No Access// preset), then its color is not applied (users without access are not highlighted in the list). The users who have access different to all the presets are highlighted in yellow in the list. This color differs from all other colors of the presets. The same color is given to the users whom the preset cannot be completely applied to (when the '​distributing'​ user does not have the rights which he is going to pass to others). Moreover, yellow background is applied to the users possessing combined rights but lacking direct ones. Each preset has its own color which is given to it upon creation. The color cannot be changed. If a preset is applied to any user, then the username will be highlighted in the corresponding color in the left part of the dialog. However, there are some exceptions in color application. If there are no flags chosen in the preset (for example in //No Access// preset), then its color is not applied (users without access are not highlighted in the list). The users who have access different to all the presets are highlighted in yellow in the list. This color differs from all other colors of the presets. The same color is given to the users whom the preset cannot be completely applied to (when the '​distributing'​ user does not have the rights which he is going to pass to others). Moreover, yellow background is applied to the users possessing combined rights but lacking direct ones.
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