This dialog shows the Pagometers and Financial status of the user, and is shown after a tap on the button in the footer of the main panel.
Depending on User Privileges the Financial section might not be shown.
For an Internal User a button is shown, when a password has been set (i.e. not erased): see Section 22.214.171.124, “Password”. A tap on the button will show the Password Reset Dialog.
When users are allowed to change their PIN a Section 4.11.3, “User Authentication”.button is shown. A tap on the button will show a PIN Reset Dialog. See
When an Internet Print
protocol://authority is present the button is shown. A tap on the button will show
the Internet Printer Device URI.
When Telegram Messaging is enabled the button is shown. It leads you to the Telegram Configuration dialog.
If 2-step Verification is enabled the button is shown. It brings you to the Authentication Dialog.
Users can copy/paste their private Internet Print
Device URI for driver print from this dialog. The
SAVAPAGE.ppd file can be downloaded.
This dialog also shows the URL and credentials for macOS, Chrome OS and the SavaPage Android Print App.
The UUID can be replaced with a new one by pressing thebutton.
This dialog contains a step by step procedure to configure Telegram Messaging for a Telegram ID owned by a user.
The @pixelized area obfuscates the Telegram Bot username that sends the message.
In this dialog 2-Step Verification can be set and user can their TOTP secret. When , and User Telegram Configuration is applied, the option is visible: if checked, no Authenticator app is needed and verification codes are send to the user's Telegram ID.
This section shows the personal Pagometers of the user, and are analogous to the ones in the Admin Dashboard as shown in Figure 4.15, “Admin Web App: Dashboard - Pagometer” and Figure 4.18, “Admin Web App: Dashboard - Environmental Impact”.
The Environmental Impact section can be hidden with configuration property in table below.
Table 3.9. User Web App Environmental Impact Configuration Properties
See Section 4.11.14, “Config Editor” on how to set these items.
This section shows the financial status of the user account and ways to increment the account balance from an external account.
Depending on User Privileges the section for account transactions might not be shown.
Balance: the user's account balance.
Credit limit: see Section 126.96.36.199, “Financial”.
If PaperCut Personal User Account is enabled, the Balance label is prefixed with the PaperCut icon and Credit limit is not shown.
A push on the Redeem Voucher dialog. The visibility of this button is dependent on an application setting.button opens the
A push on the Transfer Credit dialog. The visibility of this button is dependent on an application setting.button opens the
When a Generic and/or Bitcoin Payment Gateway Plug-in is enabled, an icon is shown for each active payment method. Pushing (clicking) the payment method icon will pop-up the dialog to Transfer Money or to Transfer Bitcoins.
The dedicated Payment Web App can be used if a Generic Payment Plug-in is enabled.
Enter the voucher Number in the dialog box and press . Make sure to enter the number exactly as listed on the voucher including any dashes (-).
If you entered the number correctly, the value as shown on the voucher will be transferred to your account and a new entry will list in your transaction log.
This dialog is used to transfer funds to another user.
Enter the Amount in currency units and cents. The available amount is shown in green at the top.
Enter the To user id and an optional Comment.
When you press the transaction log and the log of the target user.button the amount will be transferred from your account to the account of the target user. New entries will list in your
To configure this dialog see Section 188.8.131.52, “Transfer Funds”.
This dialog is used to transfer money from an external account. The figure below shows a dialog in preparation for a credit card transaction. Other payment methods are available as defined by the active Generic Payment Gateway Plug-in. See for example Section M.184.108.40.206, “Mollie Payment Plug-in”.
Enter the Amount in currency units and cents.
Press thebutton to start the payment transaction.
This dialog is used as a start to send Bitcoins to the account balance.
Note: the Bitcoin address in the screenshot is intentionally made invalid.
Figure 3.83. User Web App: Send Bitcoins
Start sending Bitcoins by performing one of the following actions:
Press thebutton to automatically open a send transaction in the default Bitcoin wallet on your system.
Open a send transaction manually in a Bitcoin wallet application on your computer or device (Android, iOS, ...) and either scan the QR code or copy/paste the Bitcoin address (below the QR code).
... and enter the amount to send from your Bitcoin wallet.
The BTC amount is converted to the system currency according to the exchange rate of the Bitcoin service back-end of the Bitcoin Payment Plug-in.