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    1: <?php include ('installation-links.txt') ?>
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    3: <h2>Installation</h2>
    4: <h3>Setting your preferences: Server preferences</h3>
    5: <p>In the preferences window, you will find four different sections of
    6: preferences for Annozilla. You can find the preferences window in the following location:
    7: 
    8: <div class="mozilla">
    9:     For Mozilla suite users, under Edit -&gt; Preferences
   10: </div>
   11: <div class="firefox">
   12:     For Firefox users, under Tools -&gt; Extensions -&gt; Annozilla -&gt; Options
   13: </div>
   14: 
   15: <img src="firebird_options_panel.png" width="565" height="469" alt="Firefox preferences panel" hspace=5 vspace=5>
   16: <p class=caption>Screenshot of the Firefox options panel for Annozilla. (Yes, I know the icons are lame.)</p>
   17: 
   18: <p>Annozilla works by communicating with an <b>annotation server</b>. In order
   19: to use it, you will need to set yourself up an account on such a server. For
   20: example, if you want to try the W3C test server, you can apply for an account
   21: at <a href="http://annotest.w3.org/access">http://annotest.w3.org/access</a>.</p>
   22: <p>Whichever server you use should provide you with the URL used to access the
   23: server, together with your username and password. These are set by selecting "New" on this screen.</p>
   24: <img src="firefox_new_server.png" width=327 height=172 alt="New Remote Annotations Server" hspace=5 vspace=5>
   25: 
   26: <p>An alternative is to use a "Local Server". In this case, the annotations
   27: are stored on your local machine. They are not shared with any other users.
   28: To use this option, select "Add Local Server", and set "urn:localserver" as the
   29: Default Post Server.</p>
   30: 
   31: <p><a href="general-preferences.html">Continue installation...</a></p>

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