Fix Version/s: 1.7
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Figure 4.2. Browsing a Nexus Repository
When you are browsing a repository, you can right click on any file and download it directly to your
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artifact you expected to see through Nexus, it only means that Nexus has yet to cache the
artifact locally. If you have enabled remote repository index downloads, Nexus will return
search results that may include artifacts not yet downloaded from the remote repository.
-Figure 4.2, Browsing a Nexus Repository is just an example, and you may or may not
+Figure 4.2, "Browsing a Nexus Repository", is just an example, and you may or may not
have the maven-default-skin artifact available in your installation of Nexus.
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groups: Public Repositories and Public Snapshot Repositories. Most end-users of Nexus are not going
to know what artifacts are being served from what specific repository, and they are going to want to be