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Product Settings on ACP

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In this article I am going to be talking about all the different details which make up a product within our admin panel, first off I will start off with the basic details section.

 

Name- Is the name given to the product

SKU- Is a reference number for the product

Supplier- The supplier of the product

X Pos- This is the X coordinate of the product on the visualiser (The higher the more to right, negative more to the left)

Y Pos- This is the Y coordinate of the product on the visualiser (The higher, the higher the product gets on the visualiser and negative the lower it gets)

Scale- This is the size the product appears on the visualiser (The higher the number the bigger and the lower the number the smaller it gets in the visualiser)


X Rotation- This is the degree you would like the product to open on, can turn product to open at 90 degrees for example.

Y Rotation- This is the degree you would like the product to open on, can turn product to open at 90 degrees for example.

Alpha - This controls the Opacity of the product, 0 = Transparent & 1 = Opaque 

BG Colour- This is the background colour to the visualiser, this can be set using hex references and this will the change the background colour. This is useful for glass products to help see the reflectiveness and shape because you can change to a better colour than white, blue is a good choice with glass.

Load count - The amount of times the product has been loaded by users/staff of the system.

Last Load - Time & date stamps of when the product was last loaded.

Date Created - The day the product was added to the admin panel, and who it was added by.

Sample Count- The amount of samples created using this product.

Enquiry Count- The amount of enquiries the supplier of this product has received.

Print Job Count- The total amount of print job associated with that product.

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