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    6 comments  ·  Smoothwall Filter (On Premise)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Tim Clarke commented  · 

    In 'Networking » Firewall » Port forwarding', the rules can be sorted by the port numbers, however this sorting is done alphabetically, rather than numerically.

    Consequently, an example sorting can be 25, 3100, 32, 3400, SMTP(25), IMAP(143)

    It would be preferable if this sorting was done is done numerically on port numbers. That way any situations where a defined service has also been added as an user defined one would be together. '25' and 'SMTP (25)' for example. This would help identify any forwarding issues when looking at the table.

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    started  ·  Philip Smith responded

    This is rolling out across the entire platform as we update features

    Tim Clarke commented  · 

    The mouse over on the 'block pages' page does not tell you which page you are about to edit. It just says "Edit block page" on each one. This is a similar consistency issue to not having alternate colouring throughout.

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    Tim Clarke commented  · 

    In most instances on this page I expect the requirement is to edit the category rather than delete it. I would suggest that clicking on the name automatically edits/views the category, and the delete button is kept out of the way. The same can be adopted in other areas as well, for example the block pages page.

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