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There is a non-code fix for this: You could make a profile with the fields you want to display. And then you search using Advanced Search, and you could select that profile in the "display result as". Edit: As pointed out by Philipp Michael in the comments below, you could also choose a certain profile as the default one, in the admin settings ( at /...


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You can update the default information under Administer > Communications > Organization Address and Contact Info in the CiviCRM menu.


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The DefaultDashlets CiviCRM extension creates a settings page that allows administrators to define the active dashlets for new users based on group membership. Keep in mind it was born some hours ago as part of a CiviCRM developer training exercise. You rock David Hayes!


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CiviCRM allows you to over-ride the settings through php. You can over-ride default value for Contact Country. Add the below snippet in your sites civicrm.settings.php file global $civicrm_setting; $civicrm_setting['Localization Preferences']['defaultContactCountry'] = ''; Ref: Override CiviCRM Settings HTH Pradeep


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You can save an instance of the report that has your preferred settings and then have it appear in the menu or on the dashboard. https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/reporting/set-up/#define-report-settings Briefly, set your settings, refresh the report, look at the Access tab for any additional settings like menu entry, and then choose Create Report from ...


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Yes, if you have access to your database, otherwise I don't think so. You can edit your database. Look for the table called civicrm_option_value and search for WHERE label LIKE 'Scheduled' and WHERE label LIKE 'Completed' and change the values of is_default to 1 or NULL Here are the exact commands you can run: UPDATE civicrm_option_value cov JOIN ...


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Try setting your preferred timezone in civicrm.settings.php and/or wp-config.php? ini_set('date.timezone', 'Asia/Calcutta'); You might want to adapt the timezone you set as appropriate to your MySQL server. mysql -e 'SELECT @@system_time_zone;' I believe India does not observe daylight savings? For that and similar reasons it's probably better to match ...


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You don't need to use SQL! There is an API and a hook for this, assuming you're on Civi 4.4 or higher. Check out the DashboardContact API, especially if you're working with contacts that have already been created. If you're mostly concerned about new users, I'd recommend exploring hook_civicrm_dashboard_defaults.


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It is complicated to add a sort order on address labels. I think it is possible to add a sort order to your search and that sort order is used in printing labels. However, in a recent project, we dealt with the exact problem and using the search did not do the trick. I don't know why anymmore. But we solved the problem by creating a custom report template ...


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This isn't an option that CiviCRM provides out of the box. If you have some jQuery skills or some PHP skills, it would only be a few lines of code to do what you're describing by writing an extension. If you don't have those skills, you may want to consider hiring someone who does, either a third party or the core team.


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I think the answer to this was that there was a bug whereby the 'weight' was being used in one situation, whereas the type ID was being used in the other. And this error only showed up if you had changed the 'weight' ie the order of your Membership Types. To quote the ticket in JIRA In the contribution page edit form, the default is selected by ...


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You need to set the ACL permissions for the specific roles in CiviCRM. Go to 'Administer>Users and Permissions>Permissions (access control)' then click on 'WordPress Access Control'. Here is where you can set specific permissions for user roles. The permission to provide access to CiviCRM in the back end is 'CiviCRM: access CiviCRM'. You will probably need ...


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Yes, sorta! If you don't want to operate on your database directly you can configure some rules to make it work. Instead of actually changing what the default status is, you create a rule to set the status according to your wishes. Use the CiviRules extension: https://civicrm.org/extensions/civirules. Create a new rule and for the Trigger select "...


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I think the problem can happen if you import your 'State' as the Abbreviation. If you look in table civicrm_state_province you will see lots of States with Abbreviation CA - and unless you specify the right country it can have unexpected out comes possibly depending on which Countries you have enabled. I think this jira address the core issue The ...


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Maybe not quite what you are looking for, but I forced font size in a letter by adding a tag in a message template. I had it put it into {literal} {/literal} (to escape the smarty processing if I remember correctly). If you wanted that to apply more generally, maybe you could put it in a header.


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For sure this sounds like it should be working - and one could say it's a bug that it does not default to default country - but the workaround: to explicitly add Country in your CSV for import - is so easy -> I recommend you just do that and get this off your plate. If you have System Settings -> Mapping & GeoCoding enabled -> the GeoCoding may be the ...


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You're on the right track. I'm assuming you currently have a mix of records with 1 and 7 so the steps would be Take another backup first (as always just in case). On the admin edit screen for the phone option change the Value field from 7 to 1. Update the recently entered phones in the database with: UPDATE civicrm_phone SET phone_type_id=1 WHERE ...


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If you have logging on then take a look in the log_ tables related to the above - you will then be able to a/ see who did what when, and b/ have a template that may help you to restore the missing options


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Go to Administer > System Settings > Directories and Administer > System Settings > Resource URLs and make sure those show the new values. Depending on your CMS, you may need to make changes to its configuration as well.


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I wrote a small extension that makes it possible to change the default activity status in the database, without having to do a change directly in MySQL. Admittedly, it's not really simpler than doing it directly in SQL, but I plan on making it available directly from the CiviCRM "Manage Extensions" screen. To install it, download from CiviCRM's Gitlab: ...


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From your description it sounds like a custom field with specific options (either a select field, checkbox or radio button). If you go to Administer>Custom Data and Screens>Custom Fields, find the field group and field then click Edit Multiple Choice options. See if the option for "active" is marked as default. Edit the option and uncheck the default option. ...


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How do you import? Via csv upload? If your import scenario is complex by any means I would strongly recommend to make use of the api. This approach helps you to get control over all aspects of field mapping. Yours // nielo


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you can generate a profile (https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/4.6/organising-your-data/profiles/) and every field you add to the profile is later sortable. check "search-form" under the option "use for". after creating the profile you go to advance search and under "Search views" you can chose the profile you created. Important: only select fields from type ...


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I'm not aware of a front-end way to set a default, but you can use a SQL query to copy the dashboard setup from your "template" contact to new users as you create them. Below is an example: insert into civicrm_dashboard_contact ( dashboard_id, contact_id, column_no, is_minimized, is_fullscreen, is_active, weight, content, ...


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