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Mon, 10 Feb 2003 08:05:11 -0800 (PST)
I've seen code out there that can disable those menus,
but the only way you can be sure that would work was
if you required people to take the test at
workstations under your control. It's trivially easy
context menu will come up even if you have code to pop
up a message instead. At a public library by my
apartment, they have a version of netscape that is
completely locked down. You might want to look into
something like that if you're trying to maintain
complete control. Even still, people could always
take a screenshot with alt+printscreen, paste it into
microsoft paint, and print it out.
--- "Christopher A. Libby"
> Does anyone have a version of PHPTest running with
> and/or the right-click context menu disabled? I'm
> working on setting up
> phpTest for a scholarship program at my company, and
> there are concerns
> about using these methods to gain an advantage over
> the other
> Christopher A. Libby, Webmaster
> Maine Public Service Company
> Email: address@hidden
> Web: http://www.mainepublicservice.com
> Phone: (207) 768-5811 x2210
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