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Default Web Site Admin Tool

When using the tool to manage Access Rules, the folder highlight is really difficult to see. I click on a folder to apply an access rule, but how do I know which is the active folder? Nothing else on the page changes, although the page refreshes. Wouldn't it be more helpful to indicate elsewhere on the page what the active folder is (if any)?

Richard
Rugeley, UK
WinXP Pro SP2
VBW Express
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Rugeley, UK
WinXP Pro SP2
VBW Express + SQL Server 2005 Express


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