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Changing your password

by SiteDocClan
on Apr 05, 2002 at 13:49 UTC ( #156910=sitefaqlet: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Changing your password

To change your password, you need to: Edit your Profile.

The link to that function is at the top of your homenode, on the right side of your user image, if you have one.

Once you are on your user info edit page, enter your new password into the two text boxes under Change Password. When you have made all the desired changes to your user info, click the stumbit button at the bottom of the page. You should see a message by the password entry boxes saying
"Passwords updated. Please login with this new password".

Note: You can also edit your Profile by clicking on the "My info" link in the Settings Nodelet.

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[holli]: lol to the robust charme or to the data transfer?
[holli]: it works fine with Lynx though :)
[LanX]: it's easier to patch then to migrate to a PHP board, there are many semantics like linking , authorisation, templates ,...
[LanX]: I've only seen 30% of the semi professional documentation
[holli]: i was just thinking of the bare content.
[LanX]: Plenty of "templates" realised with CGI-HTML-function
[LanX]: well if you want you can fetch all XML and translate it to another board markup
[moritz]: at this time, a migration could consist of only migrating the rendered HTML of nodes
[moritz]: to a forum software that supports raw HTML input for legacy threads, and uses sane markup for everything else
[holli]: yeah, then vroom will personally stab me in the back at night

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