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diff --git a/pages/develop/api/efl/net/control/property/agent_enabled.txt b/pages/develop/api/efl/net/control/property/agent_enabled.txt
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--- a/pages/develop/api/efl/net/control/property/agent_enabled.txt
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@@ -1,4 +1,21 @@
~~Title: Efl.Net.Control.agent_enabled~~
+===== Values =====
+
+ * **agent_enabled** - %%%%''true''%% if to become the agent, %%''false''%% otherwise%%
+===== Description =====
+
+%%The agent is responsible for user interaction.%%
+
+%%When enabled, the local process will become the agent for user interaction, such as requesting passphrases, asking the user to open a browser to do web-authentication and report connection errors.%%
+
+%%There can be a single agent in the system at a given time, registering one will unregister the other and special permissions may be required to become an agent.%%
+
+%%An useful agent should monitor "agent_error", "agent_browser_url" and "agent_request_input" events. When input is requested, reply using %%[[:develop:api:efl:net:control:method:agent_reply|Efl.Net.Control.agent_reply]]%%.%%
+
+//Since 1.19//
+{{page>:develop:api-include:efl:net:control:property:agent_enabled:description&nouser&nolink&nodate}}
+
+
===== Signature =====
<code>
@@ -23,23 +40,6 @@ Eina_Bool efl_net_control_agent_enabled_get(const Eo *obj);
void efl_net_control_agent_enabled_set(Eo *obj, Eina_Bool agent_enabled);
</code>
-===== Values =====
-
- * **agent_enabled** - %%%%''true''%% if to become the agent, %%''false''%% otherwise%%
-===== Description =====
-
-%%The agent is responsible for user interaction.%%
-
-%%When enabled, the local process will become the agent for user interaction, such as requesting passphrases, asking the user to open a browser to do web-authentication and report connection errors.%%
-
-%%There can be a single agent in the system at a given time, registering one will unregister the other and special permissions may be required to become an agent.%%
-
-%%An useful agent should monitor "agent_error", "agent_browser_url" and "agent_request_input" events. When input is requested, reply using %%[[:develop:api:efl:net:control:method:agent_reply|Efl.Net.Control.agent_reply]]%%.%%
-
-//Since 1.19//
-{{page>:develop:api-include:efl:net:control:property:agent_enabled:description&nouser&nolink&nodate}}
-
-
===== Implemented by =====
* **Efl.Net.Control.agent_enabled**