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I added a couple of links to the bottom right-hand frame, to get to reputer and xNN (because everyone has them too, right?).

Change sub ctrl to something like this:

sub ctrl { # display links and $NORM if(-e $normfile){ $norm = io('read',$normfile,$norm)} else {$norm = 'n +/a'} $norm = 'n/a' unless $norm =~ /\S/; my $extra = ''; if( $url_xnn or $url_reputer ) { $extra = '<li><nobr>'; $extra .= qq{<a href="$url_xnn" target="_blank">xNN</a>} if $url_x +nn; $extra .= '&nbsp;-&nbsp;' if $url_xnn and $url_reputer; $extra .= qq{<a href="$url_reputer" target="_blank">reputer</a>} i +f $url_reputer; $extra .= '</nobr></li>'; } my$prnt = qq~<html> $bodytag <table border="0" height="100%" width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspaci +ng="0" align="center"> <tr><td><font size="-1">$extra

And right up the top with the rest of the definitions, you want to add something like:

my $url_xnn = '/cgi-bin/nn.cgi'; # url to xNN script my $url_reputer = '/cgi-bin/reputer.cgi'; # url to reputer script

and you're all set! You can leave one or the other blank and it will do The Right Thing.

g r i n d e r

In reply to Re: framechat by grinder
in thread framechat by epoptai

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