TBH, that sounds downright stupid to me. If the file is present at all, then it should be used, no questions asked. Only if the file is absent, or damaged, would it be meaningful to use manual input.Originally Posted by zabolyx
Coding such input is no big deal, and once it's done it would also be simple to save the data as a file for future use. But while it wouldn't be hard to add such stuff, that still doesn't mean it's a good thing to do. Not if only one out of a thousand users will ever use it, and even then just once or twice before making a proper configuration file. Adding in everything that might be useful on very rare occasions is a surefire way of making bloat-ware...
If I do this at all, then I will probably do it by adding a simple generic text file editor, which may then be used to edit any text file, not just IPCONFIG.DAT... But it will not happen very soon, because such an addition would need keyboard support too, and I'm not quite ready to code that. (I have a USB keyboard, but need time for experiments.)
Best regards: dlanor