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Item3736: Put html comments around auto-written ALLOWTOPICCHANGE in new user topic

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Register.pm automatically writes:
if no SPLIT is found in the topic - which may happen if you want to use a clean custom layout.

I propose to change this to

so the line is at least hidden from view.

-- TWiki:Main/ArthurClemens - 07 Mar 2007

If we do that no new user will ever know it is there.

They will not click edit to remove or change something they cannot see.

-- TWiki:Main.KennethLavrsen - 08 Mar 2007

They do not have to change this at all. Moreover, this line is not written at all by default, only when there is no SPLIT in the template.

The default is that user pages are not protected at all: any registered user may change it!

I am confused to what the default should be. Either situation is a bug.

-- TWiki:Main.ArthurClemens - 08 Mar 2007

Made a better statement in Item3892.

-- TWiki:Main.ArthurClemens - 13 Apr 2007

Summary Put html comments around auto-written ALLOWTOPICCHANGE in new user topic
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.ArthurClemens

SVN Range TWiki-4.1.2, Sat, 03 Mar 2007, build 13043
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Priority Normal
CurrentState No Action Required


TargetRelease n/a

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Topic revision: r6 - 2007-04-13 - ArthurClemens
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