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Entering Passwords


 
AC Peter Hi everybody!
Active compiler is working well. We're not quite as fancy with it as some of you are, but it's working for our needs.

Working with passwords, I have recreated my own 'password' page in place of the system generated one. At this time, when the book opens, I get my so called password page, but am still relying on the 'right click' to get the pop up menu, and then select "Enter Password...".  When "Enter Password" is selected, the new pop up box has a message of "Enter Password Number *** ".

I would like to either:
1) Change the text in the new pop up window to just say "Enter Password"   -or-

2) Can MY password page have a feild to enter the password?

Thanks in advance for any help. All is appreciated.

P


Posted on: 9:07 pm on December 23, 2004
EBookCompiler 1. Use the language editor to change the message

Where the number is there is a %d in the message

It would be safest to add lots of spaces to push the number off the edge of the form, i.e. text reads

Enter Password (lots and lots spaces) %d


Posted on: 9:23 pm on December 23, 2004
AC Peter Wow... that was fast. Just one more thing.
Where is the language editor?
Thanks!

Posted on: 9:33 pm on December 23, 2004
EBookCompiler Edit User Interface in the compiler

Advanced Features in the Help


Posted on: 4:00 pm on December 24, 2004
AC Peter Thanks again, (maybe I am just dumb) but I have reveiwed the details, and can not find where this pop up box text to enter the password gets edited. In the user interface, I think I understand that options. I have selected the ones that work for our books.

I have also reviewed the help section as you suggested. However, from my ''password page'', a user will still have to ''right click'' and then select ''enter password''. It''s at that time a new box appears. That's the one I am trying to edit.

When I selected the language editor, it only had one option, and that was English.

Am I missing something? Your help is always appreciated.

Peter


Posted on: 6:26 pm on December 24, 2004
storrier Hi AC
Click the 'edit' button beside 'English' - give it a new name and click OK... and you're in!
Hope this helps.
Happy New Year

Posted on: 5:07 am on December 27, 2007

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