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#1 pfort

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Posted 18 November 2011 - 08:37 AM

It was improved about 3 years ago, i dont remember in wich version.

If an object (Button, numeric input...) is set with password level 1, and you are currently logged in higher level, it is allowed now, that is what was fixed when they added "password with level" in "Function mode" tab in password setting)
But there is still a problem with password hierarchy.
If an operator is not already logged and try to use an object for wich a password level is set, a popup window ask for input password.
Suppose that object is set for level 1, and this operator enter a password for a higher level, it popup a password error.
At my opinion the hierarchy should work here too but it does not.

Is there a reason for this or did they just forgot something?

Edited by pfort, 18 November 2011 - 08:45 AM.


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Posted 18 November 2011 - 03:58 PM

It was improved about 3 years ago, i dont remember in wich version.

If an object (Button, numeric input...) is set with password level 1, and you are currently logged in higher level, it is allowed now, that is what was fixed when they added "password with level" in "Function mode" tab in password setting)
But there is still a problem with password hierarchy.
If an operator is not already logged and try to use an object for wich a password level is set, a popup window ask for input password.
Suppose that object is set for level 1, and this operator enter a password for a higher level, it popup a password error.
At my opinion the hierarchy should work here too but it does not.

Is there a reason for this or did they just forgot something?


I guess this is Japanese logic :wacko:


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