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ChrisW I like your passwords facility very much. For high security I would like to enter many fairly complex passwords. When I setup multiple e-books (in the future) it would be nice to keep the same passwords so the Thank You pages could be common between books.  It is tedious to have to enter all the passwords and ensure they tie up with the HTLM page names.  A simple idea could be to save the list of passwords externally and use cut/paste to load them in in your Passwords window.

Is this an idea for the next version?

Posted on: 2:56 am on January 23, 2001
EBookCompiler Good idea.

The forthcoming Version 4 includes some facilities which I hope are close to what you want

(a) Generate a list of passwords automatically
(b) Load a list of passwords from an Text file
(c) Save a list of passwords to a text file, or various script formats like PHP, Perl, ASP, Java, JavaScript, or C

For option (c) the script we create simply sets up an array variable containing all the passwords.  So you still need to link it to your particular ecommerce/payment system (so this is not for beginners but if you're a web programmer, you probably know how to do this)

Version 4 is basically done.  We are doing some final testing, and dealing with some documentation issues.   If you are on our opt-in list - if not subscribe now by sending a blank e-mail to ebookcompiler-subscribe@listbot.com - you will get an announcement in the next few days.

Originally we hoped to ship version 4 by the end of January.  We may still make it, but we might slip into early February as we have a few things still to check.  In either case it will be very very soon.

...And the upgrades are free to registered users

Posted on: 4:47 pm on January 24, 2001

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