From: hijim:pronet at: 17-May-2003 13:56
Well, this is strange.
secure none in the user.r file results in an error
secure: none works fine in user.r. !!!!!
secure: none in a program file does not work.
secure none pops up and tells me a program wants a lowered level of
I'm glad to be rid of those pop-ups. Click NO, and the program crashes. What
kind of reaction is that!? NO is not a real option if you want the program
to respect you choice and to keep running.
I guess I just stumbled on user: none. I'm just glad it works.