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Mar 31, 2000, 01:07 AM
I've got a few issues w/ Multiple Users that I could use some help with.[list=a][*]Does anyone know how to give a "Panels" user access to an application, without it showing up in the "Items" panel?[*]Does anyone know how to allow a "Panels" user to access a CD/DVD, without it showing up as a panel?[*]Does anyone know how to make the "Documents" panel invisible?[/list=a]
Basically, I need to make "Panels" act as much like At Ease as possible. (i.e. totally idiot-proof) and have only one panel open.
Thanks in advance,
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Mar 31, 2000, 06:10 PM
a. Put it in the Apple Menu

b. and c. I don't know.
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Apr 2, 2000, 03:25 PM
Thanks, we'll look into the Apple Menu idea. Still need to hide those panels, though...
Any ideas, anyone?
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Apr 3, 2000, 12:04 PM
Hi all:

There are some intriguing clues about the behavior of the 'Panels' pseudo-application in the Panels without Multiple Users thread in this forum, which might prove useful to you.

Also, try searching the 'Multiple Users' subsection of ResExcellence's Previous Edits section, or try posting your questions in their User's Forum.


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