|3.3 Service Complex: User Interface|
|SUI01 - User Interface Functions|
LNSS01 - Funktionen der Nutzeroberfläche
|SUI01.I.1||Interface to service unit SSEC02 - Identification and Authentication||It is guaranteed that subjects have to undergo an access control via SSEC02 prior to the realization of further actions via the user interface.|
|SUI01.F.1.1||Interactive user guidance||An interactive user guidance has been realized.|
|SUI01.F.1.2||Levels of user guidance||
It is possible to choose between different user guidance levels.
It is possible to choose at least between the modes first-time user and expert user.
Objects are selected by means of a pointer instrument.
Usually, the pointer instrument is a mouse.
|SUI01.F.1.3.2||Keyboarding||It is possible to control the user interface by means of a keyboard.|
|SUI01.F.1.3.3||Function keys||It is possible to control the user interface by means of function keys.|
|SUI01.F.1.3.4||Function key assignment||It is possible to change the assignment of function keys.|
|SUI01.F.1.3.5||Storing macros||It is possible to store key sequences as macros with a defined name.|
|SUI01.F.1.3.6||Macro activation||It is possible to activate key sequences stored as macros.|
|SUI01.F.1.4||"Undo" operation||It is possible to nullify the last operation in the case where the operation is not one to be specially acknowledged.|
|SUI01.F.1.5||Canceling an operation||
It is possible to cancel every operation. An appropriate message is displayed.
This is also true for operations running in background mode (e. g. assessments).
|SUI01.F.2.1||Interactive processing via windows||
The dialogue with the user is handled by means of windowing.
If the hardware does not support graphic mode the window should be visualized by parting lines.
|SUI01.F.2.2||Manipulation of windows||
It is possible to open, to close and to relocate windows.
Windows can also be moved beyond the limitation of the physical screen size.
|SUI01.F.2.3||Icons||It is possible to change windows into icons (pictograms).|
|SUI01.F.2.4||Overlapping windows||It is possible to display several windows simultaneously on the screen, also overlapping each other.|
|SUI01.F.2.5||Front/back||It is possible to move windows to the front or to the back.|
|SUI01.F.2.6||Changing the window size|
|SUI01.F.2.6.1||Optional Window Size||It is possible to define the size of a window by free scaling.|
|SUI01.F.2.6.2||Screen size||It is possible to zoom a window to screen size.|
|SUI01.F.2.7||Scrolling bars||By means of scrolling bars it is possible to navigate across the entire information. The visible part of the total information is displayed in the window.|
|SUI01.F.2.8||Scaling up and scaling down||It is possible to choose an enlarged or a reduced representation of the content of windows, i. e. it can be either scaled up or down via zoom.|
|SUI01.F.2.9||Overview window||It is possible to display the content of a window in a separate window in form of an overview.|
It is possible to superimpose a status line on a window containing statistic information.
This also comprises information about the number of objects belonging to the content of a window, and how many of these are currently marked or masked out.
|SUI01.F.2.11||Grid display||It is possible to superimpose a grid on a window simplifying the positioning of objects.|
|SUI01.F.2.12||Ruler||It is possible to superimpose a rule on a window.|
|SUI01.F.3.1||Screen||It is possible to refresh the entire screen in order to update the display.|
|SUI01.F.3.2||Window||It is possible to refresh a certain window in order to update the display.|
|SUI01.F.4.1||Message types||At least one difference exists between alarms and errors.|
|SUI01.F.4.2||Message window||Messages are displayed in a separate window or in an optically separated part of the screen.|
|SUI01.F.4.3||Uniform message layout||Messages are uniformly laid out and formulated.|
|SUI01.F.4.4||Message output||It is possible to print out messages or to direct them to a file.|
|SUI01.F.4.5||Message text||It is possible to formulate the message text in a way matching the corresponding linguistic environment.|
|SUI01.F.5||Operating system commands||It is possible to transmit commands to the operating system.|
|SUI01.F.6||Return to the operating system||A return to the operating system must be explicitly acknowledged.|
|SUI01.F.7||Printout of the screen content||It is possible to print the current screen content out or to direct it to a file.|
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