Solar Eclipse Quick Reference Card For Solar Eclipse Users with Release 9.0 and higher User Control Panel Lock Solar Access the Help menu including online help and Solar information. Use the User Controls menu to lock the Solar window when sharing a terminal or other workspace. Access Solar Preferences, menu button sizes, and widget information. Minimize, Maximize, and Close the main window. Launch the User Job Queue for the logged in user. The red badge indicates how many trackers are ready for your review. Launch the Report Queue (Your Hold Entries). The red badge indicates how many new reports are waiting for your review. Launch the Message Queue. The red badge indicates how many new messages are waiting. Display the user menu to currently logged in session, start Eterm, login as a different user, change printer or locations, change profile images, or check the error log. Your uploaded user profile image. This image displays in Eclipse Messaging and Eclipse Mobile. Main Menu Format The Main Menu reflects the standard root menu assigned to your user. When you select a menu, the menu changes to display the submenu options. Arrows indicate a submenu is displayed. Recent & Open Windows and My Favorites My Favorites: For frequently-used windows, right-click and add to your My Favorites list. Only Main Menu items can be added as a favorite. Recent Windows: Solar auto-tracks your 10 most recently visited windows and provides a quick-access list. Open Windows: Display thumbnails of the windows you currently have open including which record you may be working with. Shortcut Keys From the Solar Desktop use the Alt key to display the shortcut keys for each menu item. This keeps you mouse-free to access windows! Use F2 to display the My Favorites. Use Esc to go back a menu. Once you click in a window or on a widget, the shortcuts disengage. Press Alt to display them again. Use your arrow keys to navigate. Check this out! All the standard shortcuts from previous releases still work. © Epicor Software Corporation. All rights reserved. Page 2 SOLAR ECLIPSE Widget Category Toolbar and Solar Desktop Define categories or groups to separate the widgets you create by area, such as Reports or Month End. This cleans up your Solar desktop and displays only those categories you want to use at the time. Widget Category Toolbar Solar Desktop Add a widget—Right-click on the Solar desktop. Select Add Widgets. Refresh Widget data—Right-click on Solar desktop. Select Refresh Widgets Now. Arrange widgets—Right-click on the Solar desktop. Select Arrange Widgets to have the system auto-arrange widgets. Drag widgets to any location on the desktop. Right-click and select Save Widgets. Create a Category—Click Add Category, then enter a name, select an icon, and click OK. Note: Create the widget in the category in which you want it to display. Switch categories—Click the Category icon on the Category Toolbar. Delete, Edit, and Refresh Widgets Use the icons on the top of each widget to delete, open the icon info in Widget Maintenance, or refresh your widget data. Editing Widgets Trash Can—Deletes widget Pencil—Opens Widget Maint Arrows—Refreshes data Use the Edit icon to access the widget properties. Widgets have basic size parameters programmed. If a widget size is unavailable, then the information the widget should display will not work for that widget size. Select from the widget sizes in the drop down list. Titles—Change your widget title to read something meaningful to you or add the shortcut for easy reference. Sizes—Adjust the size of the widget to display what you need to see. Colors—Change the widget background color to be most readable for you. Flashing—Indicate if you want the widget to flash when information changes. Icons—Pick an icon from a defined list to associate with the widget. Categories—Select a category in which the widget should display. These are categories you have already created with the Add Category feature. The main tabs in Widget Maintenance remain the same from previous releases: Widgets, Main Menu Shortcuts, and Queue Menu Shortcut. All the functionality is still there! Eclipse Messaging Options Change how, where, and for how long your messages display on your desktop through the User Preferences Messaging tab. Check this out! Your terminal, printer and release info are handy on the main Solar Desktop: Access the Online Help Press F11 from the Solar Desktop to launch the online help or use the User Control panel and select Help Home Page. © 2014 Epicor Software Corporation. Epicor, the Epicor logo and Eclipse are registered trademarks and/or trademarks of Epicor Software Corporation. in the United States and other countries. All rights reserved.
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