This dialog as well as the menu item and the toolbar button with which it can be opened are not available if the Rails Connector is used and the preview of your Rails application has been integrated into the Content Navigator. In this case the draft versions of the CMS files are displayed in the preview. If a file does not have a draft version, the released version is used.Used Versions
You can choose one of three combinations of the versions used for the preview and other views in the Content Navigator:
Drafts will cause released versions to be used as a replacement, if required. The reverse, however, is not the case.
The view modes affect the folder hierarchy (the titles displayed in it), the preview, the details view, and the source code view.Layout Set
For the preview a set of layout files (in short layout set ) is used. A layout set consists of a certain amount of layout files of the same name. These files are located in different folders (by definition, since names must be unique in folders). For previewing files in a folder, the CMS uses the layout file of this name located in the folder concerned. If the layout file is not present, the CMS searches for it in the folder on the hierarchy level above the current one (i. e. in the parent folder). This is repeated until the layout file has been found. If even the base folder does not contain a layout file of the layout set's name, the name of the missing layout file is displayed instead.
Layouts can include other layout files of any name. If such an included layout is missing, a corresponding message is displayed.Displaying Edit Markers
This option determines whether editing elements are displayed in the preview or not. Using editing elements, you can directly edit content (to which you have write access) in the preview, i.e. without having to switch to a different view.Apply to all new windows and save as my personal preference
The effect of this setting is that your choices are stored in your personal preferences and are immediately applied to the the current and all future windows. Otherwise, only the current window is affected.