Customization

Calls list layout

A list of visible columns is configurable.

Calls list layout

Navigate to Administration -> System Configuration -> Calls List Layout to specify which columns are visible.

Calls list layout

Click on Edit button for appropriate list to change visible columns and their orders.

You can drag-and-drop columns to change their order.

Calls list layout

Timezone settings

By default MiaRec uses timezone settings of the server on which is running.

Navigate to Administration -> System Configuration -> Date and Time Formats to change a default timezone value.

This timezone value will be used for all users as a default value. Additionally it is possible to specify unique timezone value for tenant, group or individual user. Navigate to tenant/group/user profile web-page to edit timezone value.

Calls list layout

Translate MiaRec to other language

MiaRec offers internationalization and localization of user interface. If you would like to edit existing translation or create translation for new language, you can use POEdit application or any other application supporting gettext *.po file format.

First, you need to contact MiaRec team and ask for *.po file for your language.

Once you have PO file, open it in POEdit application and translate english phrases to your language. When finished, send the PO file back to MiaRec team for inclusion into distributive.

You need to know a few formats, which are used in MiaRec to represent text:

  1. Text within ${ } brackets should be kept AS IS (not translated). These are placeholders, which will be replaced with appropriate values when displaying in UI. For example, text User ${name} may be displayed in UI as User David

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  2. Text starring with # (hash) symbol has special meaning. It doesn't not need to be translated word-by-word. It is used to distinguish words, which have the same writing, but different meaning. For example, word "from" may be used together with date value or as label for "caller party". In PO file you will find "# From [date]" and "# From [party]", which are both displayed in English as "From", but in other languages it may require different translations, for example, in Spanish they are translated to "desde" and "Llamador" correspondingly. Pay attention to notes in the right bottom corner of POEdit application.

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