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Morgan Leecy Absent Member.
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iPrint Portal Code

Where can I find the angular / html markup for the portal page to make some very minor modifications as there does not appear to be any configuration options for appearance

The install is a mass of symbolic links and there is web content everywhere so tracking down the directory path to the web content is looking for a needle in a haystack!

Thanks
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Re: iPrint Portal Code

On 17/08/17 14:46, leecymj wrote:

> Where can I find the angular / html markup for the portal page to make
> some very minor modifications as there does not appear to be any
> configuration options for appearance
>
> The install is a mass of symbolic links and there is web content
> everywhere so tracking down the directory path to the web content is
> looking for a needle in a haystack!


Which release/version of iPrint? The OES component or iPrint Appliance?

Which portal page are you referring to? Can you provide the URL?

HTH.
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Simon
Micro Focus Knowledge Partner

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Morgan Leecy Absent Member.
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Re: iPrint Portal Code

The iPrint portal, new to V3 (also referrer to as QuickPrint) than can be found at

https://(appliance server)/print/printers

It looks like an angular creation, but I want to override the css and also change the markup slightly so that all the printers do NOT load on page load but only when a filter is used or at least 3 letters are typed in the name field

I understand that upgrades will alter this, and its not really what SHOULD be done, but we need a fully branded experience as we are replacing a custom iPrint portal that I wrote 5 years ago (that works almost exactly the same way) with an unbranded MicroFocus portal, and the powers that be dont like it, and I WANT to use it
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