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    Bruce Brodnax commented  · 

    You're asking Alma to address a training issue. As a point of comparison, our front desk terminals don't even *have* speakers as part of their build hardware. "Watch the screen!" is a point we repeatedly drive home to our student workers til they learn it, live it, BE it! The ones who don't catch on are eventually thinned from the herd, as they should be...

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    Hi,

    Makes sense ! Currently, the user information that is displayed in the user Ajax search results (e.g. patrons services WB) is hardcoded.

    A mapping table, similar to the one that configures the user pop up, will control the fields that show in this list. The mapping table will enable the same fields that the user pop up allows, and allow setting the order of the fields.

    Thanks,

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