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'''Please Note: This article applies to a feature that is currently in beta - please e-mail [[mailto:support@papercut.com|support@papercut.com]] if you need it.'''
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A set of options is defined in the '''config.properties''' file located in the client directory
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A set of options is defined in the '''config.properties.tmpl''' file located in the client directory
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To enable these options, remove the # from the start of the relevant lines.  You can then change the text as needed.
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To enable these options, copy them to your '''config.properties''' file and remove the # from the start of the relevant lines.  You can then change the text as needed.
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'''Please Note: This article applies to PaperCut version 9.4 or higher.'''

This KB article explains how to customize the strings/text in the user client software
.  The main reason for changing the text in the client is the need to use organization specific terminology (e.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center, department, project or matter.)

The following procedure outlines how
to change the text/strings in the client.  All strings, including text on the client popup screen may be adjusted as long as the replacement is of approximately the same length as the original.

Before undertaking this procedure, ensure that PaperCut is set up and operational on your network
.  It is expected that the reader has experience with using ZIP files and a text editor (i.e. Notepad).


!!Download and edit client-custom-messages.zip file:

1) Download '''client-custom-messages
.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].

2) Unzip the content of the file
to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)


'''If you are running
the PaperCut User Client in English Locales such as US, UK etc. please use the following instructions. For other locals please proceed from step 3a) below'''


3) Open the '''messages.properties''' file located under the structure @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@. It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.

4) Edit this file according to your requirements.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the correct one. For example, editing the value:
->[@SelectAccount.account-from-list=Charge to shared account@]
to
->[@SelectAccount.account-from-list=Charge to a cost center@]
, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this
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'''Please Note: This article applies to a feature that is currently in beta - please e-mail [[mailto:support@papercut.com|support@papercut.com]] if you need it.'''

This KB article explains how to customize
the text in the Print Job Notification window of the user client software.  The main reason for changing the text is the need to use organization-specific terminology (e.g. shared account may be referred to as a cost center, department, project or matter).

A set of options is defined in the '''config.properties''' file located in the client directory
* on
the server:
-->[@[app-path]\client\win\config
.properties@]
-->[@[app-path]\client\linux\config
.properties@]
-->[@[app-path]\client\mac\PCClient.app\Contents\Resources\config.properties@]
* on locally installed clients:
-->[@[client-install-path]\config.properties@]

To enable these options, remove the # from the start of the relevant lines.
  You can then change the text as needed.

For example, changing the line from
:
->[@#account-from-list-text=Charge to shared account@]
to:
->[@account-from-list-text=Charge to
a cost center@]
will make
the Print Job Notification window look like this after the client is restarted:
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5) After editing all strings as required, Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the zip file to '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.

!!!Now complete the deployment instructions for you platform below

!!!! If you running the PaperCut client in a locale that is not English (@@en@@) then follow these instructions

3a) Identify the language code that applies to your locale, for example in Brazil the language code is 'pt'. In the following instructions this language code is referred to as '''<lc>'''

4a) Copy the file @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages.properties@@ to @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@

5a) Edit the @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ file.  It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad

6a) Remove any messages that do not need to be modified

7a) Edit the remaining messages according to you requirements

8a) Save the file

'''If you are using a non-latin1 character set'''

--> 9a) Obtain and install the Java SDK for your platform (the system on which you are performing these edits)

--> 10a) Run the command @@[=%=]JAVA_HOME[=%=]\bin\native2ascii messages_<lc>_input.properties biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@

'''If your @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ file is already in latin1 then'''

-->9a) Copy the file @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ to @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@

10a) Delete the file @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@

11a) After editing all strings as required, Zip up the biz directory and name the zip file to '''@@client-custom-messages.zip@@'''.


!!! Deployment Procedure On Windows:

1) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.

2) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

3) Start/Restart the PaperCut Client Tool from the server.

4) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

5) Now, to ensure the new messages will be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method used for running the client software.

* If you have completed a '''local install''' of the client software, please reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you are running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache, as the local cached (installed) version of the client will contain the old strings.  For the new changes to be picked up the simplest option is as follows:

-> 1) Create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (e.g. set to [@C:\cache-v2@] ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, the line in the script may change from:

-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"
 to
-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"

-> 2) When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.

-> 3) Check if the new message strings are loaded as expected.

!!!Deployment Procedure On Linux:

1) Follow the '''Download and edit client-custom-messages.zip file''' procedure as described above.

2) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\linux@@ on the server.

3) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\linux\lib-ext@@

4) Make sure '''lib-ext''' and '''client-custom-messages.zip''' are readable. e.g.
-> chmod 755 lib-ext
-> chmod 644 lib-ext/client-custom-messages.zip

5) Start/Restart the PaperCut Client Tool from the server

6) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client if you have completed a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
!!!Deployment Procedure On Mac:

Please email support@papercut.com for further assistance.

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If you find that there is no option for the text that you wish to customize, please e-mail [[mailto:support@papercut.com|support@papercut.com]].
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!!!! If you running the PaperCut client in a local that is not English (@@en@@) then follow these instructions
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!!!! If you running the PaperCut client in a locale that is not English (@@en@@) then follow these instructions
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--> 10a) Run the command @@%JAVA_HOME%\bin\native2ascii messages_<lc>_input.properties biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@
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--> 10a) Run the command @@[=%=]JAVA_HOME[=%=]\bin\native2ascii messages_<lc>_input.properties biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@
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!!!Deployment Procedure On Mac:
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'''Please Note: This functionality is only available when running the PaperCut User Client in English Locales such as US, UK etc. Other Locales and Languages are not supported at this time.'''
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'''If you are running the PaperCut User Client in English Locales such as US, UK etc. please use the following instructions. For other locals please proceed from step 3a) below'''

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!!! Procedure On Windows:
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!!!Now complete the deployment instructions for you platform below

!!!! If you running the PaperCut client in a local that is not English (@@en@@) then follow these instructions

3a) Identify the language code that applies to your locale, for example in Brazil the language code is 'pt'. In the following instructions this language code is referred to as '''<lc>'''

4a) Copy the file @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages.properties@@ to @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@

5a) Edit the @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ file.  It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad

6a) Remove any messages that do not need to be modified

7a) Edit the remaining messages according to you requirements

8a) Save the file

'''If you are using a non-latin1 charactor set'''

--> 9a) Obtain and install the Java SDK for your platform (the system on which you are performing these edits)

--> 10a) Run the command @@%JAVA_HOME%\bin\native2ascii messages_<lc>_input.properties biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@

'''If your @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ file is already in latin1 then'''

-->9a) Copy the file @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@ to @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit\messages_xx.properties@@

-->10a) delete the file @@messages_<lc>_input.properties@@

11a) After editing all strings as required, Zip up the biz directory and name the zip file to '''@@client-custom-messages.zip@@'''.


!!! Deployment Procedure On Windows:

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!!!Procedure On Linux:
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!!!Deployment Procedure On Linux:
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'''Please Note: This functionality is only available when running the PaperCut User Client in English Locales such as US, UK etc. Other Locales and Languages are not supported at this time.'''
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This KB article explains how to customize the strings/text in the user client software.  The main reason for changing the text in the client is the need to use organization specific terminology (e.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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This KB article explains how to customize the strings/text in the user client software.  The main reason for changing the text in the client is the need to use organization specific terminology (e.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center, department, project or matter.)
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3) Restart the client on the server.
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3) Start/Restart the PaperCut Client Tool from the server.
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* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software reinstall the client software on all workstations.
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* If you have completed a '''local install''' of the client software, please reinstall the client software on all workstations.
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-> 3) Check if the new message strings are loaded as expected.
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5) Restart the client.
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5) Start/Restart the PaperCut Client Tool from the server
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7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client if you have done a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
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7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client if you have completed a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
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Please email support@papercut.com for assistance.
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Please email support@papercut.com for further assistance.
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* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache, as the local cached (installed) version of the client will contain the old strings.  For the new changes to be picked up the simplest option is as follows:
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* If you are running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache, as the local cached (installed) version of the client will contain the old strings.  For the new changes to be picked up the simplest option is as follows:
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Before undertaking this procedure, ensure that PaperCut is set up and operational on your network.  It is expected that the reader has experience with using ZIP files and a text editor.
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Before undertaking this procedure, ensure that PaperCut is set up and operational on your network.  It is expected that the reader has experience with using ZIP files and a text editor (i.e. Notepad).
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(:title Customizing Messages in the Client Tool :)
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!!! Windows specific Instructions:
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!!! Procedure On Windows:
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!!!Procedure On Windows:
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!!Download and edit client-custom-messages.zip file:
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6) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.

7) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

8) Restart the client on the server.

9) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

10) Now, to ensure the new messages will be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method used for running the client software.
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!!! Windows specific Instructions:

1) Create a directory called
'''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.

2) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

3) Restart the client on the server.

4) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

5) Now, to ensure the new messages will be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method used for running the client software.
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1) Download the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' and edit '''message.properties''' file as described in step 1 to 5 under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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1) Follow the '''Download and edit client-custom-messages.zip file''' procedure as described above.
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7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client if you have done a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
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7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client, if you have done a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
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7)  For the changes to be picked up on the workstations, you will need to reinstall the client, if you have done a '''local install''' otherwise restarting the client should be able to pick up the new strings.
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On mac there is no shortcut method, unfortunately you will need to hand edit the files.


'''Known Limitation:''' This process explains the procedure for Windows clients.  The procedure is more detailed for other operating systems. 
Please email support@papercut.com for assistance.
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Please email support@papercut.com for assistance.
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1) Download the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' and edit message.properties file as described in step 1 to 5 under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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1) Download the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' and edit '''message.properties''' file as described in step 1 to 5 under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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1) Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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1) Download the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' and edit message.properties file as described in step 1 to 5 under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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!!!Procedure On Mac:

On mac there is no shortcut method, unfortunately you will need to hand edit the files.

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1) Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed under '''Procedure on Windows'''
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1) Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed under '''Procedure on Windows''' above.
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1) Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed under '''Procedure on Windows'''
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1) Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].
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1) Follow steps 1 to 5 as listed under "Procedure on Windows"
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5) Restart the client on the server.
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5) Restart the client.
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4) Make sure lib-ext and file are readable. e.g.
->  chmod 755 lib-ext
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4) Make sure '''lib-ext''' and '''client-custom-messages.zip''' are readable. e.g.
-> chmod 755 lib-ext
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5) Restart the client on the server.

6) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

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!!!Procedure:
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!!!Procedure On Windows:
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!!!Procedure On Linux:

1) Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].
2) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\linux@@ on the server.

3) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\linux\lib-ext@@

4) Make sure lib-ext and file are readable. e.g.
->  chmod 755 lib-ext
-> chmod 644 lib-ext/client-custom-messages.zip

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3) Open the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@. It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.
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3) Open the '''messages.properties''' file located under the structure @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@. It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.
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'''Known Limitation:''' It only works on Windows at the current time. However, you can request for this feature to be implemented for
other platforms by emailing us at
support@papercut.com.
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'''Known Limitation:''' This process explains the procedure for Windows clients.  The procedure is more detailed for other operating systems.  Please email support@papercut.com for assistance.
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'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature.'''

Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a customized text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (E.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)

It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection and authentication popups. To do this, please follow the steps listed below:
to:
'''Please Note: This article applies to PaperCut version 9.4 or higher.'''

This KB article explains how to customize the strings/text in the user client software.  The main reason for changing the text in the client is the need to use organization specific terminology (e.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)

The following procedure outlines how to change the text/strings in the client.  All strings, including text on the client popup screen may be adjusted as long as the replacement is of approximately the same length as the original.

Before undertaking this procedure, ensure that PaperCut is set up and operational on your network.  It is expected that the reader has experience with using ZIP files and a text editor.

!!!Procedure:

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4) Edit this file according to your requirements.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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4) Edit this file according to your requirements.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the correct one. For example, editing the value:
->[@SelectAccount.account-from-list=Charge to shared
account@]
to
->[@SelectAccount.account-from-list=Charge to a cost center@]
,
will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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5) Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.
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5) After editing all strings as required, Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the zip file to '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.
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10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method you are using for running the client software.

* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you running
the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@
--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, the line in the script may change from

-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"
to
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10) Now, to ensure the new messages will be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method used for running the client software.

* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you running the client using
the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache, as the local cached (installed) version of the client will contain the old strings.  For the new changes to be picked up the simplest option is as follows:

-> 1) Create a
new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (e.g. set to [@C:\cache-v2@] ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, the line in the script may change from:

-> "cmd
/c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"
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It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection and authentication popups. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection and authentication popups. To do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection popups, authentication popup. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection and authentication popups. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection popups, authentication popup can be customized. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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It is possible to customize the text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection popups, authentication popup. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a different text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (E.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a customized text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (E.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a different text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (Eg: shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a different text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (E.g. shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or sometimes even use the text according to the terminology used in their organization. For example, shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or even use a different text message on the client popup according to the terminology used in their organization (Eg: shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.)
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10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method you are using for running the client software.
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The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as advanced account selection popup, authentication popup can be customized. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as account selection popups, authentication popup can be customized. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or sometimes even edit the text according to the terminology used in their organization. For example, shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.
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Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or sometimes even use the text according to the terminology used in their organization. For example, shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from
to:
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, the line in the script may change from
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The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as advanced account selection popup, authentication popup can be customized.

Situations in which this feature would be useful:
* Provide login instructions or information on how to use popups.
* Provide contact information in case of a problem.
* Change the terminology used on the popup ( E.g. Shared account
can be referred as cost center/project/department)

To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
to:
Some organizations want to provide login instructions or information on how to use popups on the client or sometimes even edit the text according to the terminology used in their organization. For example, shared account may be referred as a cost center /department/ project.

The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as advanced account selection popup, authentication popup
can be customized. To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature.'''
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'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature.'''

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On Windows, it is possible to display customized messages in the client (i.e in the standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:

to:
The text displayed on the balance window, client popups such as advanced account selection popup, authentication popup can be customized.

Situations in which this feature would be useful:
* Provide login instructions or information on how to use popups.
* Provide contact information in case of a problem.
* Change the terminology used on the popup ( E.g. Shared account can be referred as cost center/project/department)

To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:

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'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature'''
to:
'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature.'''
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-> -> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
->  "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
to:
-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
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-> # The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from

->-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
->->  "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
to:
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from

-> -> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
->  "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from
to:
-> # The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from
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-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
-> -> 2) When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
-> -> 3) Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
to:
->-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
->->  "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
-> 2) When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
-> 3) Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
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-> 2) When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
-> 3) Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
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-> -> 2) When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
-> -> 3) Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
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10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps will be dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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3) Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. It is plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
3) Open the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@. It is a plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.

4) Edit this file according to your requirements
.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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4) Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.

5) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.

6) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

7) Restart the client on the server.

8) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

9) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
to:
5) Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.

6) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.

7) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

8) Restart the client on the server.

9) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 

10) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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# Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].
# Unzip the content of the file to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. It is plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
1) Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].
2) Unzip the content of the file to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)
3) Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. It is plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad.  Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.
# Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
# Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
# Restart the client on the server.
# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 
# Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
to:
4) Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.
5) Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
6) Place the '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
7) Restart the client on the server.
8) Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected. 
9) Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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'''Please Note: Only sites running version 9.4 or higher can use this feature'''
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'''Please Note: Only sites running PaperCut version 9.4 or higher can use this feature'''
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'''Please Note: Only sites running version 9.4 or higher can use this feature otherwise it will fail.'''
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'''Please Note: Only sites running version 9.4 or higher can use this feature'''
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'''Please Note: Only sites running version 9.4 or higher can use this feature otherwise it will fail.'''
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other platforms by emailing us at supporty@papercut.com
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other platforms by emailing us at support@papercut.com.
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'''Known Limitation:''' It only works on Windows at the current time. However, you can request for this feature to be implemented for
other platforms by emailing us at supporty@papercut.com
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If you are running the client using a login script, your script may change from
to:
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If starting the client using a login script, your script may change from
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-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"
->
to
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-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent"  to
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-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
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-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" 
->
to
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If you are running the client using a login script, your login script may change from

"cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
"cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
to:
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If you are running the client using a login script, your script may change from

-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
-> "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
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 "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2
to:

"cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
"
cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2"
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 "cmd /c "start \\servername\PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
cmd /c "start \\servername\PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2
to:
 "cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to cmd /c "start \\servername\`PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
to:
-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]]. If you are running the client using a login script, your login script may change from
 "cmd /c "start \\servername\PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent" to
cmd /c "start \\servername\PCClient\win\pc-client-local-cache.exe --silent --cache C:\cache-v2
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. It is plain text file that can be edited using a text editor such as Notepad. Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\cache-v2 ). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the @@--cache@@ user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> 1) The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> 1) The easiest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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# Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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# Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/general/client-custom-messages.zip| here]].
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# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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# Download '''client-custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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# Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''custom-messages.zip'''.
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# Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''client-custom-messages.zip'''.
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# Place the '''custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
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# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located'' [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located here.
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# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located'' [[https://www.papercut.com/anonftp/pub/pcng/7.x/PaperCut-NG-client-7.0.4461.zip | here]].
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* Check if the new messages strings are loaded as expected on the workstations.
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-> 3) Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
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* Check if the new messages strings are loaded as expected.
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# Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method used for installing the client software.
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# Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below. The steps are dependent on the method you have used for running the client software.
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* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because the local cache version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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-> # The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
-> # When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
to:
-> 1) The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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-> * When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
to:
-> # The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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* The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
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->* The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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# Now, to allow these new messages to be visible on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
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# Unzip the contents to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)
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# Unzip the content of the file to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)
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* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because the local cache version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a specific meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Zip the content again @@(biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ directory) and name the file as '''custom-messages.zip''' only.
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# Zip up the @@biz@@ directory and name the file '''custom-messages.zip'''.
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" respectively, will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''`SelectAccount.account-from-list''' and '''`SelectAccount.description''' keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the "'''`SelectAccount.account-from-list'''" and "'''`SelectAccount.description'''" keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''`SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the '''`SelectAccount.description'''  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''`SelectAccount.account-from-list''' and '''`SelectAccount.description''' keys to "Charge to a cost center" and "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the ''`'SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the'''`SelectAccount.description'''  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''`SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the '''`SelectAccount.description'''  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@`SelectAccount.description@@  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the ''`'SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the'''`SelectAccount.description'''  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@SelectAccount.description@@  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@`SelectAccount.description@@  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, setting the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@SelectAccount.description@@ will make the standard account selection popup look like this:
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, editing the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@SelectAccount.description@@  to "Instructions for printing" will make the standard account selection popup to look like this:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, setting the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the '''SelectAccount.description''' will make the standard account selection popup look like this:

Attach:standard_account_popup.png
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, setting the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the @@SelectAccount.description@@ will make the standard account selection popup look like this:

->Attach:standard_account_popup.png
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On Windows, it is possible to display customized messages in the client (i.e in the standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:
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On Windows, it is possible to display customized messages in the client (i.e in the standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this, please follow the steps listed below:
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# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one. For example, setting the value of the '''SelectAccount.account-from-list''' key to "Charge to a cost center" and edit the '''SelectAccount.description''' will make the standard account selection popup look like this:

Attach:standard_account_popup.png
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[-keywords: client tool, upgrading, msi -]
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[-keywords: client tool, user client, modify, tailored, personalized -]
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*
to:
----

[-keywords: client tool, upgrading, msi -]
----

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# Restart the client.
# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.  are dependent on the install method.
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# Restart the client on the server.
# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
 
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# Zip the content again @@(biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit directory)@@ and name the file as '''custom-messages.zip''' only.
# Create a directory called @@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
# Place the custom-messages.zip file in this folder @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
to:
# Zip the content again @@(biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ directory) and name the file as '''custom-messages.zip''' only.
# Create a directory called '''lib-ext''' under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
# Place the '''custom-messages.zip''' file under @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
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# Download @@custom-messages.zip@@ file located here.
to:
# Download '''custom-messages.zip''' file located here.
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# Edit the @@messages.properties@@ file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
# Zip the content again (biz\\papercut\pcng\client\uit folder) and name the file as custom-messages.zip.
# Create a folder called @@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
to:
# Edit the '''messages.properties''' file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
# Zip the content again @@(biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit directory)@@ and name the file as '''custom-messages.zip''' only.
# Create a directory called @@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
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# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.

# Now, to allow these new messages change be propagated
on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
to:
# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.  are dependent on the install method.
# Now, to allow these new messages to be visible
on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
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On Windows, it is possible to display custom messages in the client (i.e standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:
to:
On Windows, it is possible to display customized messages in the client (i.e in the standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:
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# Unzip the file in a suitable location. (E.g C:\Users\tom\Documents)
# Edit the messages
.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
# Zip the folder again with
the same name (custom-messages.zip).
# Create a folder called @@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@.
to:
# Unzip the contents to a location outside the PaperCut directory. (E.g. C:\Users\tom\Desktop)
# Edit the @@messages
.properties@@ file located under @@biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit@@ according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
# Zip the content again (biz\\papercut\pcng\client\uit folder) and name the file as custom-messages.zip.
# Create a folder called
@@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@ on the server.
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# Unzip the folder in a suitable location. (E.g C:\Users\tom\Documents)
to:
# Unzip the file in a suitable location. (E.g C:\Users\tom\Documents)
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# Now, to allow these new messages change be propagated to all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
to:
# Now, to allow these new messages change be propagated on all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
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* If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
* If you running the client using the '''pc-client-local-cache.exe file''' version, you will need to invalidate the existing cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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* After you create a new cache.
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* When a new cache is created, it will copy the new files from the server which will include the new message strings.
*

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 * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
to:
* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
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-> * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
-> * After you create a new cache.
to:
* The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* After you create a new cache.
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-> * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
-> * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
 * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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# Edit the messages.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning.
# Zip the folder again with the same name (custom-messages.zip).
# Place
the custom-messages.zip file in the folder @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
to:
# Edit the messages.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning. Make sure you edit the right one.
# Zip the folder again with
the same name (custom-messages.zip).
# Create a folder called @@"lib-ext"@@ under @@[app-path]\client\win@@.
# Place the custom-messages.zip file in this
folder @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@
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On Windows, it is possible to display custom messages in the client. To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:
to:
On Windows, it is possible to display custom messages in the client (i.e standard and advanced account selection popups, the balance window). To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:
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->* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
->* If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
->* The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
to:
-> * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
-> * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
-> * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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 * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
 * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* After you create a new cache.
to:
->* If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
->* If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
->* The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
-> * After you create a new cache.
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  * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
  * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
  * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
to:
 * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
 * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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  * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* After you create a new cache,
to:
  * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies  the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
  * The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* After you create a new cache.
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  * If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
  * If you running the client using the pc-client-local-cache.exe file, you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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  # If you have done a local install of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 # If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
  * If you have done a '''local install''' of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
  * If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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# Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
to:
# Please check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.
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 * If you have done a local install of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 * If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
to:
  # If you have done a local install of the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 # If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
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To add custom messages to client please follow the steps listed below:

# Download custom-messages.zip file located here
# Unzip
the folder in a suitable location. (E.g C:\
# Edit the messages
.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit
# Zip the folder
.
to:
On Windows, it is possible to display custom messages in the client. To be able to do this please follow the steps listed below:

# Download @@custom-messages
.zip@@ file located here. 
# Unzip the folder in a suitable location. (E.g C:\Users\tom\Documents)
# Edit the messages.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit according to your requirements. Each message key in the file has a special meaning.
# Zip the folder again with the same name (custom-messages.zip)
.
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# To allow this change be propagated to all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
* If you have done a local install of the client software, you will need reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you running the client using
the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because when using this version of the client, the client only copies the client files once due to which the changes will not be picked up.
The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using
the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
to:
# Restart the client.
# Check if the new message strings get loaded as expected.

# Now, to allow these new messages change be propagated to all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
 * If you have done a local install of
the client software, you will need to reinstall the client software on all workstations.
 * If you running
the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because this version copies the client files from the server only once and subsequent starts (if the version is current) happen off the local HD.  Due to this the new changes will not be picked up.
The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option (E.g. C:\custom-cache). Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
* After you create a new cache,

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The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[here | https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html]].
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The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html | here]].
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The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[here|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html]].
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The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[here | https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html]].
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(:title Custom Messages in Client :)

To add custom messages to client please follow the steps listed below:

# Download custom-messages.zip file located here
# Unzip the folder in a suitable location. (E.g C:\
# Edit the messages.properties file located under biz\papercut\pcng\client\uit
# Zip the folder.
# Place the custom-messages.zip file in the folder @@[app-path]\client\win\lib-ext@@

# To allow this change be propagated to all the workstations you will need to follow the steps listed below:
* If you have done a local install of the client software, you will need reinstall the client software on all workstations.
* If you running the client using the zero deployment method, (running using pc-client-local-cache.exe file), you will need to invalidate the cache because when using this version of the client, the client only copies the client files once due to which the changes will not be picked up.
The simplest way to achieve this is to create a new cache using the --cache user client option. Information about all the user client options is given [[here|https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/apdx-tools-user-client.html]].

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