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Is there a way to turn off the Inventory Manager and remove it from the backend menu? We choose not to use the premium feature at this time and having it on the menu but not working confuses users.
3 years ago
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#3706
Hello Gary,

Yes, you can hide this menu from code. To hide this menu, go to ../sellacious/menu.xml and comment the lines from 37 to 47.

Thank You
3 years ago
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#3709
I thought that was the place to do it, BUT what happens when there is an update?
Will that file br overwritten and break thr edit?
3 years ago
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#3711
Hello Gary,

Yes, this can happen. There's another method to hide this menu.

To do this, go to Sellacious Backend > Settings > Global Configuration > Backend Display Options. Select 'Sellacious Backoffice Menu' in 'Main Menu'.

https://www.sellacious.com/community-support?controller=attachment&task=download&tmpl=component&id=661

To create these menus go to Sellacious Backend > Settings > Menu Manager. First Disable the 'Inventory Manager' form this view. If you want to create new menus, you can do that from here.

https://www.sellacious.com/community-support?controller=attachment&task=download&tmpl=component&id=662

I hope this helps.

Thank You
2 years ago
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#4236
The last method does not work. The item remains. The first suggestion does remove it, but subsequent updates are likely to override it.
Can anyone explain why when all options to remove the menu other than thru menu.xml do not work?
2 years ago
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#4237
The last method does not work. The item remains. The first suggestion does remove it, but subsequent updates are likely to override it.
Can anyone explain why when all options to remove the menu other than thru menu.xml do not work?


I think I got this to take. Clicking Display On Menu and then Save did not save the change. I had to do that several times before it took.
2 years ago
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#4259
Hello Gary,

It looks like the cache issue. I have tried the same steps on 1.7.3 quickstart and Joomla install and it's working for me.

Make sure your meet these requirements to run sellacious smoothly.

I hope this helps.

Thank You
2 years ago
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#4832
Hello Gary,

Yes, this can happen. There's another method to hide this menu.

To do this, go to Sellacious Backend > Settings > Global Configuration > Backend Display Options. Select 'Sellacious Backoffice Menu' in 'Main Menu'.

[attachment]Screen Shot 2019-09-06 at 11.18.48 AM.png[/attachment]

To create these menus go to Sellacious Backend > Settings > Menu Manager. First Disable the 'Inventory Manager' form this view. If you want to create new menus, you can do that from here.

[attachment]image-2019.09.06-11_23_36.png[/attachment]

I hope this helps.

Thank You


Hi!
I followed this step but when I back to menu manager it shows joomla menu...
2 years ago
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#4844
Hey Jean,

Kindly log out and log in again. You should be able to see the Sellacious Backend menus. If you are still not able to see these menus, let me know.

Thank you
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