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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Adjusting column width in version 2.3m
« on: April 07, 2023, 03:53:00 AM »
Hi!, :) just follow these steps...

1) Press F6 to edit the template

2) Find the following line:

Code: [Select]
#files tr td:first-child { text-align:left; }
3) Change it with the following:

(The text marked in red color is the addition)

This is just an example, it's up to you adapting to your needs (you need to have some CSS knowledge). The above code, is ONLY valid for the default template of v2.3m!

Hope it helps!
Didn't see any changes, but I've got lots of time so I'll play around with the information you gave and see what happens.
Thanks for the quick reply.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Adjusting Column Width In Version 2.3m
« on: April 07, 2023, 12:53:50 AM »
I want to adjust the width of the column called "Name .extension". Need it to be a little wider so that the file name, if long, does not show up as two lines, rather just one line. Where do I edit the HTML to do that, if possible? Thanks.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Where is information stored?
« on: April 05, 2023, 05:21:55 PM »
just save to file, so you can access it easily?

in the registry the path is Software\rejetto\HFS

Did you consider also HFS 3 ?

Thanks. I missed it because the names/password appear to be encrypted. That's okay, as long as I can save it.
I would like to try HFS 3, but I don't think it works with Windows 7, which is what I use. Unless there's a workaround for it.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Where is information stored?
« on: April 05, 2023, 05:11:33 PM »
in the save options menu you can decide WHERE to store options.
By default it saves to Windows Registry.
TPL and VFS are in separated files that you already have found.

Can you tell me where in the registry? I did a search and found 4 locations but none of them contained user names.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Where is information stored?
« on: April 05, 2023, 05:05:05 PM »
I'm trying to figure out where information is stored so if I reformat and restore my hard drive, I don't have to enter it all again. In my HFS folder there are three files: HFS.TPL, SAVED1.VPS and SAVED1.VPS.BAK. I assumed the information was stored in one of these files. When I removed those three files, the virtual file system I had set up disappeared as expected. However I saw that the user names and passwords were still there, so that information must be stored elsewhere, but I can't find it. And to make things worse, when I put those three files back, my virtual file system just showed empty. What's is going on? It's going to be a real bother if I have to type everything all over again.

Solved part of the problem. It's not enough to replace the files, you have to load the virtual file system.
That leaves the question of where the user names are stored.

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