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I don't have an iphone, but I've found the web interface functional. I wish it rendered a little better in firefox. I also wish it used https instead of http. That security limitation has kept me from using it more. But it's been convenient to look at the context lists remotely form the laptop when I've away from the desktop (which is generally on).

Didn't it initially use https? Is there anyway to reconfig the existing set-up to behave that way for those of us who aren't using it with iPhone and Safari?
 
It worked under Tiger, but I can not start the server anymore under Leopard.

Any suggestions?
 
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In OF Preferences.

You can turn it on and off. View it locally, or setup port forwarding to view it on the web. It's using port 3000.
I don't seem to be able to find this anywhere in the OF preferences. I am in revision 93609. Am I missing something?

Thanks a lot. Martin.
 
Web inerface doesn't support non-english characters, each of my cyrillic characters convert to stuff like: "%u0440" ,
Any ideas how to fix it?

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