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Old 04-02-2012, 01:48 PM   #4
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Hmm, another idea might be using password-protected archives (maybe tar/gzip supports those?..) to pack books that you want to password-hide and unpack them when you want them to show? Still user error-prone (one might forget to "hide" his books, no password prompt on opening a book, etc.), but a way to start...
I still would need a way to inject code that could catch the user touching a specified field and create a password box. It seems like there are 3 main steps

1. figure out how to intercept the user's touch
2. create a dialog that receives and checks the password
3. some action that will make the books accessible after the password is entered

For 1, we could use the GUI launcher, but then might as well use the folder hider plug in instead.

Thoughts?
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