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To simplify a TwikiUsers' homepage, we could add a HIDE tag that would reduce the visibility of some house keeping info like user preferences..

something simple like:


Personal Preferences vewiable in edit (details in TWikiVariables) < hide>

  • Horizontal size of text edit box:
    • Set EDITBOXWIDTH = 70
  • Vertical size of text edit box:
    • Set EDITBOXHEIGHT = 17
  • Default state of the link check box in the attach file page:
< /hide> Related topics

-- SvenDowideit - 26 Feb 2001

Another thought. I find I often want to reference information about people who are not (yet) TWiki users. However, if an entry is added to the Main page, it prevents them from later on creating a login. This suggest that it might be better to keep information about the person separate from the "logon" related data.

-- JohnTalintyre - 26 Feb 2001

Sven: Hiding preferences can already be done with the standard HTML <!-- comment --> . Note that the 01 Dec 2000 release does require the comment to be on one line. The latest Beta allows you to span it over many lines.

John: We have the same problem at work. May be DefineUserTopicBeforeRegistration, a new brainstorming idea?

-- PeterThoeny - 26 Feb 2001

except that I was thinking of not using html, excellent, and thanks smile

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