Allow Search Box Placeholder Text to Be Customizable by VIEW
The search box placeholder text is customizable in the Code Table (nui.search.placeholder) but the change is global. It would be much more useful if the default could be set in the Code Table and then further customized in each view if desired. Or, if that isn't possible, to remove it from the Code Table and just make it a customizable field in each view. Or, if that isn't possible, at least a check box in the view settings that would allow us to remove/hide the placeholder text that was set in the Code Table.
It's great that we can make different views that search different scopes, etc., but that means that we often want different placeholder text in the search box depending on the context. For example, I have one view that is set to only search in our Music Department collection (mostly musical scores). The placeholder text, which I set in the Code Table and use for our Everything search in our default view, says "Find Articles, Books, Videos & More." This is confusing and erroneous in the context of the Music Department view.
Nancy Babb commented
Within Primo VE, it is possible to customize the placeholder text by view, by inserting a new row that includes the view name between the institution's code and the label code (i.e. nui.search.placeholder); see: https://knowledge.exlibrisgroup.com/Primo/Product_Documentation/020Primo_VE/025Display_Configuration/030Configuring_Display_Labels_for_Primo_VE
However, it isn't possible to customize by scope/profile within the same view, which I believe would be very valuable.
(see new proposal "Make Primo VE search box placeholder text customizable by search profile/scope" https://ideas.exlibrisgroup.com/forums/308176-primo/suggestions/37142068-make-primo-ve-search-box-placeholder-text-customiz)