"Take" in '"N" newest unowned tickets' display

Hi,
I’ve created my own “N” newest unowned tickets search, but my "Take"
column displays the id, instead of the word “Take”. How can I make it
say “Take” instead?
…thnx,
…dave
Dave Alden
The Ohio State University
Department of Mathematics

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Hash: SHA1On Monday, 22.01.2007 at 15:49 -0500, Dave Alden wrote:

I’ve created my own “N” newest unowned tickets search, but my “Take”
column displays the id, instead of the word “Take”. How can I make
it say “Take” instead?

I’m interested in this problem too: I can add a new column to the
display, which can display any field and be a ‘Take’ link; however, as
you, I’d like to make it a text link of the word ‘Take’.

Basically, I was trying to recreate the ‘N newest unowned tickets’
search by hand; no luck.

Anyone know about this?

Dave.


Dave Ewart
davee@ceu.ox.ac.uk
Computing Manager, Cancer Epidemiology Unit
Cancer Research UK / Oxford University
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Have you tried to open the predefined search (superuser) and edit them by
advanced???

Here is my working one:

id/TITLE:#’,
Subject/TITLE:Subject’,
QueueName’,
ExtendedStatus’,
CreatedRelative’,
'loc(Take)/TITLE:  ’

Torsten2007/1/29, Dave Ewart davee@ceu.ox.ac.uk:

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On Monday, 22.01.2007 at 15:49 -0500, Dave Alden wrote:

I’ve created my own “N” newest unowned tickets search, but my “Take”
column displays the id, instead of the word “Take”. How can I make
it say “Take” instead?

I’m interested in this problem too: I can add a new column to the
display, which can display any field and be a ‘Take’ link; however, as
you, I’d like to make it a text link of the word ‘Take’.

Basically, I was trying to recreate the ‘N newest unowned tickets’
search by hand; no luck.

Anyone know about this?

Dave.


Dave Ewart
davee@ceu.ox.ac.uk
Computing Manager, Cancer Epidemiology Unit
Cancer Research UK / Oxford University
PGP: CC70 1883 BD92 E665 B840 118B 6E94 2CFD 694D E370
Get key from http://www.ceu.ox.ac.uk/~davee/davee-ceu-ox-ac-uk.asc
N 51.7518, W 1.2016
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Hi,On Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 12:59:33PM +0100, Torsten Brumm wrote:

Have you tried to open the predefined search (superuser) and edit them by
advanced???

Here is my working one:

id/TITLE:#’,
Subject/TITLE:Subject’,
QueueName’,
ExtendedStatus’,
CreatedRelative’,
'loc(Take)/TITLE:  ’

Thank you - thank you - thank you. :slight_smile:

…dave

Dave Alden
The Ohio State University
Department of Mathematics