Tue Nov 15 09:08:24 NZDT 2005
Thanks for that tip regarding the allowed protocols.
In both Firefox and Internet Explorer they both now register as links.
However it seems only IE know how to open the document. I figure that is a
setting within Firefox in regard to MIME types.
Thanks to the others that have helped to resolve this one. Simple in the end
and if had had my eye out for the config file, it was reasonable obvious. It
just that sometimes it doesn't seem obvious to find the answer in the config
On Monday 14 November 2005 15:55, Craig Box wrote:
> Chris O'Halloran wrote:
> > Thanks for the feedback.
> > In reply to your question regarding the vistor's harddrive, I mean
> > the network to which we (ie the company Lan) are all connected to.
> You need to set ALLOWED_PROTOCOLS to include 'file' in config/config.ini.
> > Regarding the forward slashes, what do you put when you are in a
> > Microsoft network that uses backward slashes? Is there any convention
> > on how to handle this?
> You are using a web browser; they talk forward slashes, no matter what OS
> you are on. Try file://C:/autoexec.bat in IE, for example.
> > I am going to try enabling embedding HTML into the Wikipages. But
> > was rather hoping for a simpler solution as the whole idea of a Wiki
> > in part is to provide easy editing access to visitors to the site.
> Aristotle's example should work if you alter the line as above.
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