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Difference between "Favorites"- & "Portal Favorites"-iView

Hi SDN

Can anybody tell me the difference between the km-iView "Favorites" and "Portal Favorites"?

Also, when I enable the "Favorites"-iView a caption between the Favorites-entries and the Tray is added. How can I remove this?

And: The layout of the Favorites-iView-entries is different from those of the Portal-Favorites-iView-entries (the space between the list-dot and the text). It seems not to be affected the same way by the Complex Items -> Tree settings in Theme Editor.

Thanks in advance

Michael

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 08:10 AM

    As I found out the LayoutSet-Setting is responsible for the display.

    In Favorites-iView the default LayoutSet was LinkListExplorer. After I changed it to PortalFavoritesExplorer the space between dot-and-text vanished along with the "Favorites"-caption - but sadly the "Organize Entries" Link on the bottom disappeared, too...

    I think I have to play around a bit with LayoutSets

    Main parts of the question already answered...

    What still remains is the question about the acutal difference between these iViews.

    Michael

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2008 at 09:40 AM

    I think my question is answered:

    They use different LayoutSets and have a different name.

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