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    pakins is offline Newbie
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    Post Enter From Panel

    I always think then one could enters a password ON some control panel. But then a quick search on the web returned sentences of the following type:

    "The password was entered FROM a different control panel."

    Could this use of 'from', in place of 'on', be a nonstandard usage popularized by the web(google)? Or does 'from' add unusual meanings to the sentence?

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: Enter From Panel

    Welcome to the forums.

    If I understand your question correctly, I would say you can enter a password on a control panel or gain access from a different control panel.

    Rover

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