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    hi all, hope everyone is doing well. Can anyone tell me how to delete old print logs that have been collected by the free download software from papercut. i have tried to delete the html files for the ndividual days but the index.html continues to list the days. please help.

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    Re: Papercut Print Logging Software

    The page is most likely still cached on your computer. You'd have to delete your temporary internet files for it to not be visible anymore I would think. I also tried deleting a html and I come to the same result.

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    Re: Papercut Print Logging Software

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_M_Cox
    ...but the index.html continues to list the days. please help.

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    I think that if you don't want those days to show you will have to edit the index.html file and delete them there, or replace it with a new properly formatted 'copy'

    I installed PaperCut and made backup a copy of Index.html before any logs had been written. This way I can delete the printing log files and show no printing in PaperCut whenever I need to.

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    Re: Papercut Print Logging Software

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_M_Cox
    hi all, hope everyone is doing well. Can anyone tell me how to delete old print logs that have been collected by the free download software from papercut. i have tried to delete the html files for the ndividual days but the index.html continues to list the days. please help.

    cheers
    what you have to do is...

    use windows explorer and browse to the directory in program files. If you go into logs > csv > daily... here are all your daily print logs. If you go to logs > csv > monthly.. here are all your monthly print logs. To delete the links from the web page, go to logs > html, Edit the index.html page...
    The code that follows is a hyperlink for one day..
    Code:
    <tr><td>4 Jun 2007</td><td class="logDataLink">View</td><td class="logDataLink">CSV/Excel</td><td class="logDataLink">CSV/Excel</td></tr>
    Once you have edited the index.html file, delete the papercut-print-log-yyyyy-mm-dd

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    Hey Guys

    Just downloaded this software. Is there a way of changing the HTML so that the newest print jobs appear at the top of the page, not the bottom?



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