User Interface Areas

The iLOQ Manager user interface is depicted in the figure below.

Figure: iLOQ Manager User Interface
iLOQ Manager User Interface

The user interface areas are:

  1. Main tabs — The user interface is divided into four main tabs:

    • Basic data — The Basic data main tab is used to manage the most usual objects in the system, such as locks, keys and persons.
    • Additional data — The Additional data main tab is used to manage access rights, person roles and reports in the system.
    • Administration — The Administration main tab is used to carry out administrative tasks for the system.
    • Help — The Help main tab contains the user manual and various information on the system.
  2. You cannot close main tabs.

  3. Ribbon — The Ribbon contains various tools for managing the system. Each Main tab has a different set of tools.

    Tip:

    The button labels disappear if you resize the window and make it smaller. To see the label tool tips, place the cursor over the button.

  4. Tabs — The Tabs show the pages you have recently opened, as tabs.

    You can close tabs by selecting the tab and clicking the Close icon at the right-hand side of the tab bar.

  5. Grid — The Grid shows a list of objects for the selected browsing view. If you have, for example, chosen Administration > Browse tokens, the Grid shows the list of tokens in the system.

  6. Views — The Views area has three options:

    • Default view — If you select the Default view, the current view is shown in the default view.
    • Own view — If you select the Own view, the current view is shown as you have defined it to be shown. For example, the column order can differ from the Default view. For more information, see section Saving Your Own View.
    • Print view — If you select the Print view, the current view is shown as you have defined it to be shown for printing or exporting purposes. For example, the column order can differ from the Default view. For more information, see section Saving the Print View.
  7. Note: The contents of the Views area may change according to the selected function. For example, when you browse floor plans, the Views area lists the floors plans in the system. Some grids have no view area.
  8. Status bar — The Status bar shows information on the system status as follows.

    • Server connection status — The Server connection status is either On or Off. In the example figure, the server connection is On.
    • Active locking system — The Active locking system indicates the locking system where you are logged in.
    • Status icon — The status icon  depicts the Programming Token connection status. The color codes are:
      • Green — The Programming Token is connected.

      • Grey — The Programming Token is disconnected.

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