Dear openHAB User,
I am searching a was to replace the “back” text in the openHAB own popups, which are opened by an action.
I would like to have instead of the text a symbol to close the popup. How is it possible? which configuration shall I set and where?
Could you give a me hint?
below a foto, to show what I mentioned with the text.
Hi! In short: No, it’s part of the UI and not possible to replace (despite using sth. like a userscript).
Thank you. Therefore I tried to open the popup with f7-button, however no success. My traget would be to open a popup window where I can display the content of a page. The popup shall have a custom close button
I made two tests. in the first I added the page ID to the popupOpen attribute. This is working already for me if the popup content is defined inside the widget, therefore I tried it at first.
Here page is defined outside and unfortunately It did not work with a complete page
Certainly I could copy the content of the page into widget where I would like to open the popup, but in this case I would loose the flexibility. For every new widget on the page I shall change the widget.
In the second test I defined in the page a class as it is necessary for popups but this not working as well.
which user script do you mentioned? Could you give me some hints where can I find some examples?