man, 29.11.2004 kl. 12.46 skrev Tomas Kuliavas:
> attached plugin that should display warning, if browser has cookies
> disabled. login.php tries to set session cookie. Plugin checks if session
> cookie is set.
Thanks for the constant help and contributions, Tomas! The following
with my tongue in my cheek:
> You can ask your provider to install it. If they don't want to use plugin
> that was written only 15 minutes ago, they can open src/login.php and add
> one more modification there.
That's what I (I'm not his, but I'm someone else's "provider") did. In
fact my whole Squurrelmeal interface looks just that bit different. I
don't really understand what I did or why, but I made it work :)
It's great that none of my users has yet followed the "Don't complain to
System Administration at here.nl, complain to the folks at Squurrelmeal
(link provided) , after all they wrote the stuff, we didn't" link that I
provide. It shows, more or less, that my users are all happy squurrels.
Or just as ignorant as Gates always wanted them.
PS, I *do* have problems with Outlook. When I complained, Red Hat told
that Gnome wasn't a supported platform. I'm probably going to have to
install Windows instead of that lousy Red Hat RHAS3.
The bottom line is, that after setting the cart among the pigeons, at the
end of the day I can see the carrot at the end of the tunnel
They love us, don't they, They feed us, won't they ...