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Old 30th September 2005, 16:59
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Default Turn off help images/links

The help links next to most text fields when adding users etc.. at first they were useful but now they get in the way.
When tabbing through fields entering data, it would be good if they were not there.
Maybe add it as a setting somewhere to disable them ?

Anyone who adds lots of clients/users etc at once will know exactly what I mean

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Old 3rd October 2005, 16:11
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LOL I guess no-one thinks this matters much. I obviously have too many clients
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Have you thought about mod_rewrite (maybe a bit obsolete) or an .htaccess rule? I don't personally use it since I don't find it nesseccary yet. But I have read threads over at WHT. Maybe I can write up something and post it in the tips and tricks forum one of these days.
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Default Completely Agreed

I find it quite annoying that the help images disrupt the tabbing in forms... so no, you're not alone on that one.
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