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It appears to do the same as setting no permission at all?
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Correct. It's like an direct access... The user does not need to be logged to access at the resource allowed for Anyone.

Any account = Access only for all accounts created
Anyone = Access for accounts created & the rest of the world

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You had solved this problem?

http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php/topic,9000.msg1051780.html#msg1051780
« Last Edit: September 16, 2010, 05:26:05 PM by SilentPliz »


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Anyone = Access for accounts created & the rest of the world
Seems to serve no real purpose, then.

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You had solved this problem?

http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php/topic,9000.msg1051780.html#msg1051780
No, but I think Win98se may not be capable?
It will do the #playsounds# (usually) and the event is logged. However I notice
I need to work on the log out put. Its on several lines, and I need it all on one line
for my log database.

While I run Vista, XP Pro, Ubuntu 9.1 & 10.04-1, and occasionally Win7 on my network,
for now the HFS machine must remain on this OS.

Actually, It would be nice to have for my users, but not vital to my operation.
They can use the message board, and I'm usually not here to see a
baloon notice anyway.
Many thanks for asking SP  :)


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No, but I think Win98se may not be capable?

I don't know, I can't try with W98

Sample for the {.add to log.} on one line.

{.if|{.#notifications#.}|{:
{.if|{.filename|{.postvar|notify.}.}|{:{.notify|{.force ansi|%user%{.!:.}
{.postvar|notifytext.}.}|title={.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytitle.}.}  [%time%]|type={.postvar|type.}|timeout={.postvar|timeout.}.}
{.add to log|{.!Begin Notification.} :: [%time%]  {.force ansi|%user%.}{.!:.} ::.{.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytitle.}.}.:: {.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytext.}.} :: {.!End Notification.}.}
{.if|{.#playsounds#.}|
{.play|{.postvar|play.}.}.}
:}.}:}.}
« Last Edit: September 16, 2010, 05:41:33 PM by SilentPliz »


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Sample for the {.add to log.} on one line.

Works great ! Many Thanks.

Suggestion:
Make a flag that only appears to other users when a member of a specific group
like Admin, or just a specific user account is logged in. (may not be possible presently)
By that a user would know if a Admin might see the notification.

I've tried various things, but the result has been the user that is viewing the page,
not the Admin that is logged in.

« Last Edit: September 17, 2010, 04:34:08 PM by r][m »


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Works great ! Many Thanks.

No, it doesn't work good. I had forgotten to add a "replace" command for the linefeed.

Correction:

{.if|{.#notifications#.}|{:
{.if|{.filename|{.postvar|notify.}.}|{:{.notify|{.force ansi|%user%{.!:.}
{.postvar|notifytext.}.}|title={.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytitle.}.}  [%time%]|type={.postvar|type.}|timeout={.postvar|timeout.}.}
{.add to log|{.!Begin Notification.} :: [%time%]  {.force ansi|%user%.}{.!:.} ::.{.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytitle.}.}.::{.replace|
| |{.force ansi|{.postvar|notifytext.}.}.} :: {.!End Notification.}.}

{.if|{.#playsounds#.}|
{.play|{.postvar|play.}.}.}
:}.}:}.}

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About your suggestion, I'll look for, or ask help from Mars, if I cannot find a solution myself. ;)
« Last Edit: September 17, 2010, 06:42:22 PM by SilentPliz »


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OK ? But here it was all on one line

From my log  ;)
9/18/10 12:18:14 AM user@127.0.0.1:3252 Begin Notification :: [12:18:14 AM]  user: ::.Message.:: Check Message Board Please :: End Notification

I did add a note in the page requesting user's to keep their notifications short, though.
I'll check out the latest one tonight,
and many thanks.


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The example that you show is on one line, because the user has not started new lines by typing the message.
With the correction I gave you, he can now go onto the next line (Enter)... the log will remain on a line, even if the message is more longer.

You can also edit or remove {.!Begin Notification.} and {.!End Notification.} it's not mandatory.
If you write shorter words in place, it will reduce the length of lines. :D
« Last Edit: September 18, 2010, 09:58:00 AM by SilentPliz »


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Seems to serve no real purpose, then.

it's the only way i know to give "upload" to "anyone", for example.