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Graph IDE ► Application ► Start/Login
The Start inspector first shows when you begin to use Graph IDE. It consists principally of the Login editor. The login editor can also be accessed by selecting the Login button in the Status Bar.
The Login Editor is shown below.
Host Name : The cloud host which is fixed to cloud1.vvidget.org unless a Custom Cloud Host Name entry is provided in the Preferences in which case that host can be selected and used as well.
IP Protocol : Either IPv6 or IPv4. The preferred protocol is IPv6 however if that is not available then IPv4 will be automatically selected. If either is available then the protocol type can be changed according to your preference.
User Name : Enter the user name provided to you when you signed up to the VVI Cloud service.
User Password : Enter the user password provided to you when you signed up to the VVI Cloud service.
Login : Once the user name and password are entered then select the Login button to login. Once logged in then proceed to Registration in order to register your use of the Cloud Service including changing the initial password.
Remember Login : Select to remember the login for the next time Graph IDE is used.
Note: To forget the login first clear the user name and password fields and then uncheck the Remember Login button. The next time Graph IDE is launched it will not be logged in.
Buy Non-Cloud Edition : Select this button to be directed to the purchase instructions for the non-cloud version of Graph IDE.
Email Support : Select this button to launch the email application preconfigured with the firstname.lastname@example.org email address.
Test : Select this button to test the Internet connection to the VVI Cloud service. The cloud service requires an IPv6 Internet connection.
If the test fails then the most likely cause is that your Internet connection does not support IPv6 protocol. That can be verified by using this web site: http://ipv6-test.com. If your Internet connection does not support IPv6 then first verify that your router has IPv6 enabled or contact your Internet service provider for additional information.
The About Editor is shown below.
License Agreement, About and Welcome
Shows the about information. The other tabs show the License and Welcome information.