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#248 Better support for (Auto)Startup

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nobody
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2012-09-17
2005-09-24
Anonymous
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What a about a command line switch to get it to silently
go to the tray? Locked of course.

No real need to type the password on starting the
program. Just when you try to use the database.

Thank you for a very usefull program!

Best regards
José Rui

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  • Logged In: NO

    I agree completely. I thought I was just missing something,
    but based on this I guess I wasn't.

     
  • Logged In: YES
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    Yes, I've wanted this too for a while. I have pwsafe in my
    startup group together with a little app which puts post-it
    notes on my desktop. Two problems: (a) I don't want to type
    the password but simply minimise it to the tray, and (b)
    when I type the password I often find the focus has changed
    and I've actually typed it onto a post-it! Not exactly very
    secure. In fact, perhaps the password prompt should lock the
    focus (if that's possible) and keep it always on top until
    it's dismissed with Cancel or OK.

    Otherwise, an excellent program. What would I do without it?

     
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2006-11-30

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    Implemented in 3.05 (-s option)