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Strategies & Market Trends : Pristine ESP - Powerful Real Time Scanning and Alerting

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To: Verbal who wrote (46)2/12/2000 7:27:00 PM
From: Eric P  Read Replies (1) of 73

One thing I'd like to suggest for future update consideration.....unless you folks have already considered it and decided against it for one reason or another....

And that is.....a box to check on the sign-in page to remember your user name and password.....very convenient not to have to input them every time.

There is an easy way to have your username and password automatically remembered so you don't need to log it in each time.

Go to your desktop and right-click on the Pristine ESP icon. Select "Properties" then click on the "Shortcut" tab. From this window, you need to append to the end of the "Target". Currently, it shows the hard drive location of the ESP program and likely looks something like:

"C:\Program Files\Pristine\Pristine ESP\PristineESP.exe"

Let's assume your username is "humpty" and password is "dumpty". You will need to append your username and password information as follows.

"C:\Program Files\Pristine\Pristine ESP\PristineESP.exe" -U humpty -P dumpty

By doing this, the username and password will be automatically loaded into the appropriate location on the login screen. Don't forget to insert your username and password and not use humpty dumpty! <smile>

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