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rduivenvoorde committed Jun 9, 2013
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<h3>Manage and install Plugins</h3>

<p>
Manage and install plugins.
</p>


<a href="#installedtab">Installed tab</a><br/>
<a href="#getmoretab">Get more tab</a><br/>
<a href="#newtab">New tab</a><br/>
<a href="#upgradabletab">Upgradable tab</a><br/>
<a href="#invalidtab">Invalid tab</a><br/>
<a href="#settingstab">Settings tab</a><br/>

<a name="installedtab">
<h4>Installed tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
This tab shows you the list of currently installed plugins on your system. Both
python and cpp plugins are listed.
</p>
<p>
You can enable or disable them by clicking the checkbox in front of the name.<br/>
Selecting an item show the plugin information in the detail pane.
</p>
<p>
There is a context menu (right click) available, to change the sorting on:
name, number of downloads, votes and status.
</p>


<a name="getmoretab">
<h4>Get more tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
This tab shows you the list of available plugins from the remote repositories.
It is downloaded once if you start up. But you can change that in the Settings
</p>
<p>
Selecting an item shows you the plugin information in the detail pane.
</p>

<a name="newtab">
<h4>New tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
This tab will be shown when a new plugin is made available? It will be shown
just once.
</p>

<a name="upgradabletab">
<h4>Upgradable tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
This tab is only available if there one of your installed plugins can be upgraded
from the remote repositories.
</p>

<a name="Invalid tab">
<h4>Invalid tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
This tab is only available if there is a plugin invalid. That is if there was an
error during loading the plugin.
</p>

<a name="settingstab">
<h4>Settings tab</h4>
</a>
<p>
In this tab you can change the Settings for the plugin manager.
</p>
<p>
It is possible to check how often QGIS will download the list and update information
from the available repositories.
</p>
<p>
By checking the 'Show experimental plugins' checkbox, all plugins will be shown
in the lists, even the ones that are considered 'experimental' by the author.

<table border=1 width='95%' align='center'><tr><td>
Note: Experimental plugins are generally unsuitable for production use. These plugins are in the early stages of development, and should be considered "incomplete" or "proof of concept" tools. The QGIS development team does not recommend installing these plugins unless you intend to use them for testing purposes.
</td></tr></table>

</p>
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Here we have <b>not yet installed</b> plugins. You can download whatever you want.
<h3>Get more plugins</h3>

<p>
Here you see the list of all plugins available in the repositories, but which are <b>not yet installed</b>.
</p>
<p>
Click on the name to see details.
</p>
<p>
You can change the sorting via the context menu (right click).
</p>
<p>
A plugin can be downloaded and installed by clicking on it's name, and
then click the 'Install plugin' button.
</p>


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Here are <b>installed plugins</b>. To <i>enable</i> or <i>disable</i> plugin, click its checkbox or doubleclick its name...
<h3>Installed Plugins</h3>

<p>
On the left you see the list of <b>installed plugins</b> on your system. Both python and cpp
plugins are listed. Some plugins come with your QGIS installation while most of
them are made available via the plugin repositories.
</p>

<p>
You can temporarily enable or disable a plugin.
To <i>enable</i> or <i>disable</i> a plugin,
click its checkbox or doubleclick its name...
</p>

<p>
Plugins showing in <span style="color:red;">red</span> are not loaded because there is a problem. Consult the
'Invalid' tab to see more details, or to reinstall or uninstall this plugin.
</p>
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Plugins here are <b>broken, incompatible or disappointed</b>.<br/><br/>
<h3>Invalid plugins</h3>

<font size="2">How a plugin can be disappointed? Ha ha! We promised them plenty Python modules they need to run, but we sold them and now you probably need to install them manually.</font>
<p>
Plugins in this list here are <b>broken or incompatible</b> with your version of QGIS.
</p>

<p>
Click on an individual plugin; if possible QGIS shows you more information.
</p>

<p>
The main reasons to have invalid plugins is either that this plugin is not build
for this version of QGIS. Maybe you can download an other version from <a href="http://plugins.qgis.org">plugins.qgis.org</a>.
</p>

<p>
Another common reason is that a python plugin needs some external python libraries (dependencies).
You can install them yourself, depending on your operating system. After a correct
install the plugin should work.
</p>
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Here are hot <b>news</b>. They are not yet installed plugins that are seen for the first time.
<h3>New plugins</h3>

<p>
Here you see hot <b>new</b> plugins which can be installed.
</p>


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Here are <b>upgradeable plugins</b>. It means more recent versions of installed plugins are available somewhere over the Internet (and I know where!).
<h3>Upgradable plugins</h3>

<p>
Here are <b>upgradeable plugins</b>. It means more recent versions of installed
plugins are available in the repositories.
</p>

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