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From Not Speedy <>
Subject Re: radius plugin with linotp/privacyidea
Date Sat, 30 Mar 2019 21:29:44 GMT
Yes, I pretty much agree with everything you said, and your
screenshot/mock-up definitely would be my my preference. :)  You'd be
surprised how many professional, college educated people I deal with that
are confused by input boxes with placeholder text. If it doesn't have
something simple like username/password in them, they freak out!  Which
prompted the request..

On Sat, Mar 30, 2019 at 3:09 PM Mike Jumper <> wrote:

> On Sat, Mar 30, 2019 at 12:02 PM Not Speedy <> wrote:
>> since you are opening a jira on the parsing, please consider making this
>> field editable via en.json.
> Adding more knobs shouldn't be the default approach to solving an issue.
> Setting that aside and assuming this would be a desirable configuration
> option, I don't think "just make it configurable" is valid here. There
> isn't really an "it" to configure. The field in question isn't a single
> known field but a challenge issued by the RADIUS server - one of perhaps
> several.
> I understand your reason for making this display  the response, but there
>> are some cases in which that it would be nice to simply or remove the txt
>> (some people are easily confused by input boxes with text in them).
> The possibility that users will be confused by input boxes with
> placeholder text feels pretty remote ...
> In any case, we shouldn't amputate the only source of context for a
> credential prompt, particularly where that prompt is arbitrary (is it an
> OTP? another password? mother's maiden name?) and may be only one of
> several in a sequence. I *do* think it would make sense to render
> challenge text received from the RADIUS server such that it more closely
> matches the expectations of RADIUS (that the text will be presented to the
> user as a prompt):
> [image: rearrange-radius-prompt.png]
> - Mike

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