[Orca-users] Customizing index.html

David Michaels dragon at raytheon.com
Wed Aug 18 14:59:37 PDT 2004

Yep, that's it, found it just before receiving this email, actually.  I 
was wondering why modifying it wasn't changing the index.html page, but 
it turns out my wrapper script calls a local copy of orca, and not the 
global copy I was tinkering with.  Doh!


David Devault wrote:

>I think this is what your looking for:
>/usr/local/bin/orca" line 585 of 2409 --24%-- col 30
> # This variable sets the number of groups to place into a single row.
>  my $table_number_columns = 9;
>-----Original Message-----
>From: David Michaels [mailto:dragon at raytheon.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 2:16 PM
>To: orca-users at orcaware.com
>Subject: [Orca-users] Customizing index.html
>I'd like to get Orca to put only 6 machines across on the 'front page', 
>rather than 9, because I have an image/logo that must appear in the 
>top-right corner.  I remember finding this parameter somewhere in the 
>source code or perl scripts, but I can't remember where it is.  I do 
>remember it was hard-coded, and not an orcallator.cfg parameter, but I 
>could be wrong.
>Anyone know where this is?
>Could we make it into an orcallator.cfg parameter?
>--Dave Michaels
>Orca-users mailing list
>Orca-users at orcaware.com



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