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Where is the following Preferences pane from the KisMAC menu?

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  • mwiseman96 Oct 16, 2010

    cannot find kismac menu,screen showing cogged wheel.

  • mwiseman96 Oct 19, 2010

    preferences,to change settings eg where to dump

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Hi,

You may open the preferences from the KisMAC menu.

Did you mean to ask for a specific menu item in that? Or perhaps attach a picture.
I was wondering, because the question looks incomplete.

In case there is any thing more that i can help you with, please use the comment option and let me know.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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Quick Note About Universal Access:
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