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Sir,

Would it be possible to add the capability for the user to modify the Expert? It would be nice to be able to modify which situations would fall under certain severity levels. If we would be able to save those settings to our profiles as well I feel this would greatly benefit many users of Wireshark. Thank you!

asked 15 Jun '14, 13:40

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zasher
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Would it be possible to add the capability for the user to modify the Expert?

Yes, it would be possible. If you need that functionality, please file an enhancement request at https://bugs.wireshark.org.

See also my answer to a very similar question:

http://ask.wireshark.org/questions/33841/customizable-expert-window

BTW: Is that question from you - using a different account??

Regards
Kurt

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answered 15 Jun '14, 13:50

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Kurt Knochner ♦
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Kurt,

I am in the WCNA bootcamp right now and I brought that question up here. More than likely it was someone else from this class. Sorry about the redundancy.

(15 Jun '14, 14:27) zasher

More than likely it was someone else from this class.

:-)) Funny. Where is that bootcamp and who is the trainer?

(15 Jun '14, 14:29) Kurt Knochner ♦

The WCNA Bootcamp is at Dominican University in San Rafael, CA and the trainer is Laura Chappell.

(15 Jun '14, 14:32) Jim Aragon

Congrats, she is one of the best. Greetings to her from the ask wireshark 'folks'.

(15 Jun '14, 14:35) Kurt Knochner ♦
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