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Old 03-16-2016, 12:44 AM   #1
NotAComputerGuy
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Network-Manager - Multiple VPNs - Only 5 Show


In my network manager (Version 0.9.10.0-7), I have several access points for my VPN depending on which site I need to connect to. There are around 15 sites but only 5 show in the drop down box. If I click more that increases to 8.

If I go to network settings, I can see all of them and connect from there. Is there a way I could have more show up in the drop down box to make it less of a multistage affair? I don't need to see the numerous wireless networks for example and would prefer to make that a multiclick affair as I rarely connect to new networks.

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