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#2009 - Rename Security Groups subpanel title

Closed General Question created by cholly Verified Purchase a year ago

Hello,
I would like to rename the Security Groups subpanel title.
Where/how do I do this?
Thanks,
Cindy

  1. eggsurplus member avatar

    eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

    a year ago

    Hi Cindy,

    You do this in Studio by going to the Subpanels folder for a module and clicking on Security Groups. You can rename it then on the right side. It should like this:

    Screenshot 2019-06-11 13.40.28.png

  2. cholly member avatar

    cholly Verified Purchase

    a year ago

    Thanks, Jason.
    Do you mean type over the Title where it says Security Groups?
    I did that but when I Save&Deploy it reverts back to Security Groups.

  3. cholly member avatar

    cholly Verified Purchase

    a year ago

    Which file in the code would I see this in? I've already made some updates via custom Extension folder for Security Groups.

    • eggsurplus member avatar

      eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

      a year ago

      Looks like a SuiteCRM fun issue. I suggest editing this file directly:

      custom/Extension/modules/{YOUR_MODULE}/Ext/Language/en_us.SecurityGroups.php

      Then run a Quick Repair & Rebuild two times.

  4. cholly member avatar

    cholly Verified Purchase

    a year ago

    That worked! Thanks, Jason. I knew you would have the answer.

    • eggsurplus member avatar

      eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

      a year ago

      Happy to help. Downside with that is that after each SecuritySuite upgrade you will need to overwrite that file. You can avoid that by creating a new en_us.xSecurityGroups.php file in that directory and doing your custom label in that file. It should load after the first file and work correctly.

    • cholly member avatar

      cholly Verified Purchase

      a year ago

      That approach isn't working for me. When I create the x version of the file with my custom label, the EXT auto generated file has my custom label first, then second the original Security Groups label, and that's what I see on my subpanel.
      Any other ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

    • eggsurplus member avatar

      eggsurplus Provider Affiliate

      a year ago

      I believe it loads in alphabetical order so drop it in that same directory with a name like zzzzMyCustomLabels.php and repair a couple of times.

  5. cholly member avatar

    cholly Verified Purchase

    a year ago

    Yes, I see what you mean about that. I just installed updated Security Suites and see that those updates to rename the subpanel for Security Groups have been overwritten. I'll have to try your suggestion as I just learned to hard way what you meant by that. :(

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