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  1. Using a PIN -Personal / (or sometimes, Private) Identification Number- is an additional security factor for transactions and serves as a simple way to add an extra layer of authentication or access management. A PIN is usually made up of a few (4-6) numeric digits that are easy to remember. And generally a PASSWORD and a PIN are used together: the password being to initiate an operation (access an application) and the PIN to authorize various operations within the application. This example shows how to use a PIN without using your device's numeric virtual keypad. That is, the example
  2. I use Prompt('Password:', '', mtInformation, mbOKCancel, PromptPW); How can I "Working Within The UniGUI / Sencha Touch Framework" make the prompt Input Field a Password hidden Field ?
  3. Hi, I have i hybrid application and i'm trying to hide the characters on the login screen where i have a TunimEdit. There is a property called "PasswordChar" that is defaulted to #0. I tried to remove the 0 but did not work. I have the same login screen in the desktop version where i have a TuniEdit, when i set the "PasswordChar" to # it works and hides the chars. Currently using version Best Regards Jack
  4. Hello Friends! Simple meter for password strength: How to use? For example for UniEdit: 1. UniServerModule.CustomCSS : .x-form-strengthmeter { width : 100%; float: right; background: #ff4c00; /* Old browsers */ /* IE9 SVG, needs conditional override of 'filter' to 'none' */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left, #ff4c00 0%, #edd712 50%, #1aff00 100%); /* FF3.6+ */ background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, right top, color-stop(0%,#ff4c00), color-stop(50%,#edd712), color-stop(100%,#1aff00)); /* Chrome,Safari4+ */ background: -webkit-
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