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When I log into iJournal, there's a pull-down menu for "users", but it doesn't store more than one user there. Does this mean:

1) I'm doing something wrong.
2) This is something that will be available on future releases.

It sure would be handy. I have three journals that I log into regularly and it would be convenient if this were available.

Thanks for all your hard work on this program...

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athagon
Aug. 24th, 2002 03:06 pm (UTC)
I asked essentially this question a little while ago, but got no response.
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
wooble
Aug. 24th, 2002 04:42 pm (UTC)
3) There's code in there that's supposed to be implementing it, but it doesn't work.

This may or may not be identical to #2, depending on whether someone who can figure out how to fix it cares enough to do it.

Uh, this isn't very helpful to the average user, but you can edit ~/Library/Preferences/iJournal.plist, adding arrays called "loginNames" and "serverNames" and they'll show up in the popup.
spikenheimer
Aug. 24th, 2002 06:13 pm (UTC)
you mean like this?


ljLogin
mynameis


ljLogin
mynameisalso



???
spikenheimer
Aug. 24th, 2002 06:28 pm (UTC)
ack ... forgot to escape the < and > ...

i meant...
<array>
<loginNames>
<key>ljLogin</key>
<string>mynameis</string>
</loginNames>

<loginNames>
<key>ljLogin</key>
<string>mynameisalso</string>
</loginNames>
</array>
wooble
Aug. 24th, 2002 06:38 pm (UTC)
no, ljLogin is a different variable than the NSArray loginNames. To get it to work, I used the plist editor and added arrays with NSString elements.

I actually figured out what's wrong with the code and fixed it in the repository. Note that it's still ugly, because all I fixed was a small bug that was causing the values that were supposed to be stuck in the popup menu to be erased before they were written to the preferences or displayed in the box; ideally the Users list should change based on which server you're using, and at the moment the Save Password field will only remember the last password you logged in with, so if you switch users you have to clear what's there and type in a different password (unless of course all of your passwords are the same).

Oh, and I only use one server, so I can't guarantee that one works; it looks like it was the exact same problem with both boxes though, so what I fixed should fix both of them. Some one who uses more than one server should probably verify this...
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amyliza
Nov. 13th, 2002 11:31 am (UTC)
What new string elements to insert or add?
I wonder which lines did you insert the new string elements? Is it under default login or ljlogin? Also, which line and string elements did you insert or add for multi-servers? I can edit the code in the VI editor but just need to know what string elements to add.

Thanks in advance.
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