I have a question for the developer of Activ E-book. Is there any way to remove the need to have the user enter the code keyword when registering? Seems kinda silly to have to program tell you it and then you have to enter it, or am I out to lunch?
fthomas may sound like he's "out to lunch" but he uses HYPrLock and wanted a way to automatically enter a correct password after a purchase. With HYPrLock this could be done except Activ E-Book does not have an Activ Script control that would make this possible.
So... I suggested that Sunil be asked to add such a control to the next version.
From fthomas' post I can see that he has confused some of the HYPrLock features with the Activ E-Book features. When using Activ E-Book without HYPrLock.. it would be impossible to enter a password without the password input dialog box.
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