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Running Netscape Server 2.0
I have turned on Fancy Indexing but want to take it
a step further.  I would like to
1.  Get rid of the "Parent Directory" link
2.  Extend the character length field for filenames
3.  And whatever else I can do

Is there any manual edits to obj.conf or something that I can do to make some of these changes?
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julio011597 earned 200 total points
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I'm afraid the answer is: no, you can just do what documentation tells you can do, so nothing in this case.

Unless, of course, somebody knows of a _hack_ i'm not aware about.

-julio
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by:asago
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Thanks - I ended up doing a custom script.

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