Payday wrote: joanofarc wrote:
The web browser allows the user access to it, normally it is just http://localhost/tkclient
which you can bookmark in your browser like any other website. Going by your error message, looks like something else is already running on the default web port, yours might be at http://localhost:81/tkclient
You can also close out the client icon (which shutdowns the database, etc) and then just open it back up as it will then open up the correct weblink when it starts (then you can bookmark for future reference)
is there a way to set the browser as Chrome, currently opens in IE?
Yes, something that requires a little advanced configuration change.
In the timekoin folder, is a file pms_config.ini
, open this file in a text editor (notepad works fine for example).
Half way down the file you'll see a section for browser.
Change the BrowserType from IEXPLORER to EXTERNAL
Add this to the BrowserPath section (provided chrome is installed in the same place for you)
This can be done for any browser (Safari, Firefox, etc.) I do wish the "default" option would work properly, but it varies from OS to OS (might work on XP, but not on 7 or 8 for example) so that is why it was left at the default Internet Explorer for windows. The user could just copy/paste the link to their favorite browser and bookmark it to use the same interface, but sometimes it is nice to have it start in the right browser from the start.
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;--- The browser that is started after server start (possible values: IEXPLORER, FIREFOX, PORTABLEFIREFOX, MOZILLA, DEFAULT, EXTERNAL)
;--- Please take a look at the www.server2go-web.de/wiki pages for a documentation how to use PORTABLEFIREFOX!!!!!!!!
;--- Browser command options like -k (NOT IN USE AT THE MOMENT)
;--- Path to an external browser that is used instead the browser above
;--- Specify caption text of Work Offline dialog box. You can use more than one captions (seperated with ;)
;--- The captions for german, english, french, dutch and spanish are build in by default
;--- The size of the started browser. Can be a pixel dimension (1024x768) or the values MAXIMIZE and KIOSK (Internet Explorer only)