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When users of our rt system log in via a webbrowser on a windows machine
they can hit enter to submit with out selecting the button; however unix
users via the same webform cannot simply hit enter. Is there a way to fix that?
John

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When users of our rt system log in via a webbrowser on a windows
machine they can hit enter to submit with out selecting the button;
however unix users via the same webform cannot simply hit enter. Is
there a way to fix that?

Whether or not to submit based on user action is the decision of
the browser, not the server; the short answer is to use a browser
that does that. The long answer would list browsers that do –
Opera and Phoenix (and thus Mozilla) appear to do so for me.

-Rich

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“JG” == John Gedeon jgedeon@qualcomm.com writes:

JG> When users of our rt system log in via a webbrowser on a windows machine
JG> they can hit enter to submit with out selecting the button; however unix
JG> users via the same webform cannot simply hit enter. Is there a way to fix that?

Use the same web client on your unix boxes and you’ll get the same
behavior.

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