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@@ -137,19 +137,6 @@ of things to prevent the above type of attacks. But that comes at a price: since
this will disable some functionalities and some sites might not work as
intended.
-<div class="note">
-
-<p>In Tails, the <a href="https://people.torproject.org/~mikeperry/images/OnionMenu.jpg">circuit
-view</a> of <span class="application">Tor Browser</span> is disabled because we are
-not sure whether it would have security implications in the particular
-context of Tails (see [[!tails_ticket 9365 desc="#9365"]] and [[!tails_ticket 9366
-desc="#9366"]]). This feature is safe to use outside of Tails.</p>
-
-<p>You can see the Tor circuits in
-<span class="application">[[Onion Circuits|tor_status#circuits]]</span>.</p>
-
-</div>
-
<a id="javascript"></a>
Protection against dangerous JavaScript
@@ -180,25 +167,63 @@ refer to the <a href="https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser/design/">
Security slider
---------------
-You can use the security slider of *Torbutton* to disable browser
-features as a trade-off between security and usability. For example, you
-can use the security slider to disable JavaScript completely.
+You can use the security slider of <span class="application">Torbutton</span>
+to disable browser features as a trade-off between security and usability.
+For example, you can use the security slider to disable JavaScript completely.
The security slider is set to *low* by default. This value provides the
-default level of protection of *Torbutton* and the most usable experience.
+default level of protection of <span class="application">Torbutton</span>
+and the most usable experience.
To change the value of the security slider, click on the [[!img torbutton.png link=no class=symbolic alt="green onion"]] button
and choose **Privacy and Security Settings**.
[[!img security_slider.png link="no" alt="Security slider in its default value (low)"]]
+<a id="circuit_view"></a>
+
+<span class="guilabel">Circuit view</span> feature
+--------------------------------------------------
+[[!img circuit_view.png link=no]]
+
+The <span class="guilabel">Circuit view</span> feature of
+<span class="application">Torbutton</span>
+shows you the three Tor relays used for the website in the current tab,
+including the corresponding IP addresses and the countries they're located
+in. The node immediately above the
+<span class="guilabel">Internet</span> node is the *Exit relay*; the
+country it is located in might determine how the website is presented
+to you. You can use
+<span class="guilabel">[[New Tor Circuit for this Site|Tor_Browser#new_circuit]]</span>
+to change to another country.
+
+You can use
+<span class="application">[[Onion Circuits|doc/anonymous_internet/tor_status]]</span>
+to get more detailed information about the circuits being used.
+
+<a id="new_circuit"></a>
+
+<span class="guilabel">New Tor Circuit for this Site</span> feature
+-------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+The <span class="guilabel">New Tor Circuit for this Site</span> feature
+of <span class="application">Torbutton</span> builds a new Tor Circuit for the website in the current
+tab and reloads it. This is particularly useful if the *Exit relay* is
+located in a country which negatively affects the presentation of the
+website you are visiting, e.g. due to censorship, localization into a
+language you do not know, and similar.
+
+To use it, click on the
+[[!img torbutton.png link=no class=symbolic alt="green onion"]] button and select
+<span class="guilabel">New Tor Circuit for this Site</span>.
+
<a id="new_identity"></a>
<span class="guilabel">New Identity</span> feature
--------------------------------------------------
-[[!img new_identity.png link=no]]
-The <span class="guilabel">New Identity</span> feature of *Tor Browser*:
+The <span class="guilabel">New Identity</span> feature of
+<span class="application">Torbutton</span>:
- Closes all open tabs.
- Clears the session state including cache, history, and cookies
@@ -206,6 +231,10 @@ The <span class="guilabel">New Identity</span> feature of *Tor Browser*:
- Closes all existing web connections and creates new Tor circuits.
- Erases the content of the clipboard.
+To use this feature click on the
+[[!img torbutton.png link=no class=symbolic alt="green onion"]] button
+and select <span class="guilabel">New Identity</span>.
+
<div class="caution">
<p>This feature is not enough to strongly [[separate contextual identities|about/warning#identities]]