Graphical user interface (GUI) and operating instructions

The Graphical User Interface (GUI) automatically adjusts itself to the available display width (this being referred to as a “Responsive Design”).
In this context, 3 different display modes are available:

  1. Mobile Mode (up to 767 px)
  2. Tablet Mode (from 768 px - 991 px)
  3. Desktop Mode (from 992 px upwards)

Depending on the optical resolution capabilities of the display, you might also be able to view the GUI in Tablet Mode or even in Desktop Mode on a smartphone, for instance.

Viewing in Mobile Mode:

Viewing in Smartphone or in Mobile Mode:
Viewing in Smartphone or in Mobile Mode:

This view is the minimum one and is only recommended for briefly viewing or browsing information. Especially tables can only be reduced in size up to a certain degree, so that images of tables are often truncated in Mobile Mode and the user has to scroll to get the full view of them.

View in Tablet Mode:

View in Tablet Mode
View in Tablet Mode

View in Desktop Mode:

View of the HTML5 interface in Desktop Mode
View of the HTML5 interface in Desktop Mode

Desktop operating instructions

Independently of the view mode selected, the following chapter will give you a few tips for navigating the help page on devices not using a touchscreen, as well as some general browser navigation instructions: