Servers Window1. Toolbar
Common for all screens in eMule Plus, this handy row of buttons provides easy navigation between various screens and access to important features. You can change the skin, align the text labels and choose which buttons are visible by right clicking it.
2. Serverlist Header
- 1a. "Connect" Button
The leftmost button controls interaction with servers. It has three states. Initially the text shows 'Connect'. Click it and eMule Plus starts trying to connect to servers, and the text changes to 'Cancel'. Clicking the button now will stop the process of trying to connect. Once the connection to a server is established, the text changes to 'Disconnect'. Clicking the button now will disconnect the server to which your client is currently connected.
- 1b. "Servers" Button
This is the page you start up in. It shows you the list of available servers and logs.
- 1c. "Transfer" Button
Click this button to see lists and details of your downloads and uploads.
- 1d. "Search" Button
Click this button to go to the search page where you can search for files to download.
- 1e. "Shared Files" Button
Click this button to see the list of files you are sharing.
- 1f. "Messages" Button
Click this button to go to the messages page.
- 1g. "IRC" Button
Click this button to go to the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) page.
- 1h. "Statistics" Button
Click this button to go see your detailed statistics and transfer and connection graphs.
- 1i. "Preferences" Button
Click this button to open a new, multi-tabbed window where you can change the settings of your client.
On the left you can see the number of servers in your list. Click the New Server button to add a new server if you know its details. Click the 'Update server.met from URL' if you know a link where you can get a list of servers you want to try.3. Serverlist
Shows the list of servers that your client is aware of. The columns show various details about each server, and clicking the column header will sort the list accordingly. The server you are currently connected to is highlighted in yellow. Double clicking a server will disconnect you from the current server and try to connect to that server.4. Server Context Menu
Right clicking a server will bring up this menu. For a more detailed description of the various items in the menu, look up the topic "Context menus used in the GUI" in the FAQ.5. Log window
This pane shows informative messages from three sources.
- 5a. Log
This is the general log which shows general status related information.
- 5b. Serverinfo
Shows whatever information was provided by the server you tried to connect to.
- 5c. Debug Log
Shows more advanced information which helps in finding and fixing problems with your client. In order to see this pane you have to enable it in preferences.
Like the toolbar, the statusbar is also visible in every page or screen. It provides a quick overview of important information. Hover your mouse over any part of the statusbar to bring up a tooltip with more information. From the left:
- 6a. Last Logline
This portion shows the last significant entry in the general log.
- 6b. Session Runtime
This shows the time for which your client has been running.
- 6c. Message Notification
When you receive a new message, an icon blinks in this area.
- 6d. Users Count
The number beside the green humanlike icon shows the number of users currently on that server.
- 6e. Upload Status
A blue up arrow shows that you are uploading data. It is grey when you are not uploading. The number shows upload speed. The number in brackets shows speed used by ed2k overhead (this is only visible if you enable it in preferences).
- 6f. Download Status
A green down arrow shows that you are downloading data. It is grey when you are not downloading. The number shows download speed. The number in brackets shows speed used by ed2k overhead (this is only visible if you enable it in preferences).
- 6g. Server Status
A globe encircled by a double-headed arrow indicates your connection status. A red arrow shows you are not connected. A green arrow shows you are connected with HighID. A yellow arrow shows you are connected with LowID. The servername appears alongside.