[1/3] from: didier:jacquemart:libertysurf at: 6-May-2002 22:40
Hi, When I click on a program in windows explorer, i get the following message : Script requests permission to open a port for read only on xxxxx.r I answer Yes to all, then the program runs. How to avoid this message? Thanks.
[2/3] from: tomc:darkwing:uoregon at: 7-May-2002 19:52
First, be very sure this is what you want to do. (It is dangerous to give scripts permissions without knowing what they do, and just clicking makes it too easy to run a script without checking) In fact it is such a bad idea I will instead offer an alternative that will enable you to run a particular script (which you know it is safe to bypass the security) by clicking on an icon in windows exploder. first make a "shortcut" to your rebol executable then edit the "target" properties of that shortcut example: from-- C:\rebol\view\rebol.exe To -- C:\rebol\view\rebol.exe -s Z:\path\to\particular-script.r then rename the shortcut to something meaningful and you are done. (it is the -s flag that avoids request to lower security) On Mon, 6 May 2002, Didier Jacquemart wrote:
[3/3] from: anton:lexicon at: 8-May-2002 12:54
Use: secure none This pops the message but subsequently there will be no more messages. Secure can return your current security settings too: secure query You can also launch your rebol.exe process with a command-line argument -s to lower security from the start. Have a look: usage Anton.