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I am trying to add new column Window size and I can't see it in listed columns. I know that in older version it was possible to simply add new column just with right click on the row in packet details. Why it is removed now as an option?

Thank you in advance for reply

Regards Sanja Petric

asked 27 Dec '13, 06:35

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The option is not removed but some field haven't got an "apply as column" on purpose. If you give us more detail (such as the field of the protocol you are trying to add column) we can check if it's normal that you can't apply this field as a column. As I know all fields can be applied as a column it's just a code question.

(27 Dec '13, 07:28) Afrim

If you give us more detail (such as the field of the protocol

as per the question: 'Window size' which is probably the TCP window size (or calculated window size). Both fields can be added as column by using "apply as column" in 1.10.x and 1.11.x.

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(27 Dec '13, 08:20) Kurt Knochner ♦

OS is Windows 7 64-bit version. Wireshark version is 1.2.9. Yes it is TCP Window size, and when I click with right button I can't see option Apply as column

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(27 Dec '13, 09:29) Sanja PM

Wireshark version is 1.2.9.

version 1.2.9 on Windows? Well, that's similar to running Windwos 95 on your PC ;-) How about a more recent version of Wireshark, like 1.10.x or 1.11.x?

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Thank you Kurt Knochner. It really helps when you have last version of the software :).

Regards Sanja PM

(27 Dec '13, 10:07) Sanja PM

Ah yes sorry :)

(27 Dec '13, 10:09) Afrim
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