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[rejected] "Turn off password" select

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I think the password should be optional, so the screen can be totally bypassed if it is set to.
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Re: "Turn off password" select

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Just set a blank password, you won't have to type in it :).

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I know but then I still have to go thru a password screen which is annoying.
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I thought of disabling it if no password was set. I can't remember why I decided not to do this but there was a reason. Doesn't matter b/c this is all going to get changed anyway (MD5) and I'm not sure what the end result is going to look like ;)

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Nuttzy99 wrote:I thought of disabling it if no password was set. I can't remember why I decided not to do this but there was a reason.

Maybe for the security issues which can exist if you have more than 1 admin :?: :wink:
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Actually, come to think of it no password is as good a password as any (people will think there is one but there isn't.)

Oh, well... maybe I'll make a mod for this.
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Here's the mod, very simple:

http://www.zorfox.net/easymod_pass_remove.txt" target="_blank
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and what about i've already said : what will you do if you have more than 1 admin ? they will be able to install MOD's (in a next version of EM, if it will integrated an upload install file feature)
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Then you don't install the MOD. :D
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And anyway, if you trust a perosn enough to make them an admin... can't you trust them to leave alone the mods section?

Or you can do this in your admin_easymod.php:

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#
#------[ FIND ]-------------------------
#
define('IN_PHPBB', 1);

#
#------[ AFTER, ADD ]------------------
#
require("./pagestart.php");
if($userdata['user_id'] != (put your id here)) {
 die("You are not authorized to add mods");
}

#
#-----[ FIND ]---------------------------
#
	require('pagestart.' . $phpEx);

#
#------[ IN-LINE FIND ]-----------------
#
require

#
#------[ IN-LINE BEFORE, ADD ]---------
#
//
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