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[REBOL] secure: none

From: hijim:pronet at: 16-May-2003 18:22

secure: none I suppose all of you experts know this, but I just figured it out today. Those annoying permission boxes that pop up when you want to print or want to change directories using request-file can be prevented. I've seen scripts in the archives that have secure: none at the beginning of the program. I tried that, but the pop up box popped up before the program ran asking if I want to accept a lower level of security. That's a poor solution. If I say I want secure: none, that's what I want. Taking a cue from my-launch: launch, I put secure: none in the user.r file. Now all of my programs work just the same except for never asking my permission to print a file or to change directories! Well, I know there are some beginners on the list. Maybe someone will find this of use. Jim Clatfelter 16-May-2003