4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2018 6:17 AM by Franck N

    How to hide?

    zagirov

      I use the universal theme in 18.2. In GRID I forcibly do
      config.views.grid.features.gridView = false;

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      How to hide all these elements?
      -Change Menu
      -Settings Menu
      -Switch between rows

      Second question. How to hide a row range counter in a classic report?

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        • 1. Re: How to hide?
          Franck N

          zagirov wrote:

           

          Second question. How to hide a row range counter in a classic report

          Add this CSS code in in the inline of your page like on the picture bellow:

           

          .t-Report-paginationText{
              display:none;
          }
          

           

          • 2. Re: How to hide?
            fac586

            zagirov wrote:


            Second question. How to hide a row range counter in a classic report?

            Select the Attributes node of the report region and set the pagination Type property to No Pagination (Show All Rows).

            • 3. Re: How to hide?
              zagirov
              1. .t-Report-paginationText{ 
              2.     display:none

               

              Thanks, it works. Where in the documentation is it spelled out?

              • 4. Re: How to hide?
                Franck N

                 

                Hi,

                this is the css class of the pagination of your classic report which you can view using your Browser inspector with the F12:

                 

                with a bit of CSS coding to hide a class you can customise your app and many other things as well.

                 

                You could also use the build-in functionality as described above:

                Select the Attributes node of the report region and set the pagination Type property to No Pagination (Show All Rows).

                this give you the advantage of not having to put effort in extra coding. the result should remain the same.

                 

                regards,

                Franck