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Philip Meyer
2005-09-21, 12:11
I notice that when I now click the undock button for a player, I am prompted for the site password. I don't recall having to do this in the past - is it necessary?

The undock window itself - is the settings button neceessary here? If clicked, it opens another window (without prompting for the site password) to display the player settings.

Phil

kdf
2005-09-21, 12:14
right...I'm starting to forget why I started changing anything now

kdf
2005-09-21, 12:19
Quoting Philip Meyer <slim (AT) hergest (DOT) demon.co.uk>:

> I notice that when I now click the undock button for a player, I am prompted
> for the site password. I don't recall having to do this in the past - is it
> necessary?

no idea. the skin has nothing to do with how the server handles security.

>
> The undock window itself - is the settings button neceessary here?

yes, because I want it there.

> If
> clicked, it opens another window (without prompting for the site password) to
> display the player settings.

shouldn't be doing that. for me, in Opera, IE, Firefox AND safari, it opens in
the same frame that server settings opens and the browse stuff.

-kdf

Philip Meyer
2005-09-21, 12:31
>shouldn't be doing that. for me, in Opera, IE, Firefox AND safari, it opens in
>the same frame that server settings opens and the browse stuff.
>
Ah. You're right. It does reuse the window. But it opens a new window if the original was closed, or you happen to be using the unsupported dedicated Slimserver application ;)

Forget that then.

Phil

kdf
2005-09-21, 12:39
Quoting Philip Meyer <slim (AT) hergest (DOT) demon.co.uk>:

> >shouldn't be doing that. for me, in Opera, IE, Firefox AND safari, it opens
> in
> >the same frame that server settings opens and the browse stuff.
> >
> Ah. You're right. It does reuse the window. But it opens a new window if
> the original was closed, or you happen to be using the unsupported dedicated
> Slimserver application ;)

ah, right. hrm. well, I'll think a bit. Maybe I can detect the existence of
the target frame somehow.

-k