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How to hide Ethernet and frame trees in pane 2.... (hiding without disabling )

asked 07 Sep '11, 00:39

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PROTO_ITEM_SET_HIDDEN(); worked for me

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answered 07 Sep '11, 04:14

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You can always collapse the Frame and Ethernet trees to a single line (for each) by clicking on the "-" in front of them. There is no way to completely remove them from the details pane (unless you write the code for it yourself).

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answered 07 Sep '11, 00:55

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how about adding the PROTO_ITEM_SET_HIDDEN() in ..packet-eth.c .... i will be trying that in a while now

(07 Sep '11, 01:12) flashkicker

Not sure that will work, but you can always try :-)

(07 Sep '11, 01:39) SYN-bit ♦♦

Yep will be trying that i will write down the answer once i get it

(07 Sep '11, 02:00) flashkicker
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