|Reported From:||Nowhere ($nowhere)|
|Reported By:||Chuck ($user_chuck)|
|Summary:||Hmms... I wasn't careful enough cutting and pas...|
|Hmms... I wasn't careful enough cutting and pasting last time. Sorry.
Changing the default node on $help_lib only affects @help, and not the
help screen. This can be fixed by adding a method to $help_lib:
@program $help_lib.default_html_node() +access=pub
return "<a href=\"/bin/help?node=" + .default_node() + "\">";
// $#Edited: 04 Mar 98 23:01 $user_chuck
And changing, in $motd.build_html
"<a href=\"/bin/help\">Help System</a>"
$help_lib.default_html_node() + "Help System</a>"
Loc: the Courtyard
Addendum by Bruce:
Not entirely .... the web stuff has a system of setting defaults for variables entering a CGI-type method... look at @dmethod $page_bin_index.help() to see what the current values are ... I'm working on commands for handling that. I suppose that $help_lib could have a method for setting the default help node that would also go and update the $page_bin_index data.
On 28-Aug-1998 Brandon ($brandon) Comments:
Has anybody followed up on this?