ok, then it's probably wrong translated, because it says "Lieferdatum" in the german version, wich is the delivery date.Intermesh wrote:It's not a delivery date. It's the date the invoice has been sent. It gets printed when the invoice is sent on another day then the invoice date.
thanks, I simply commented it out. so, this works for me, but at the next update I will have the same problem again.Intermesh wrote:Here's the source of the pdf create script so you can fully customize it.
I concur with JoergHerzinger. I'm still have the same issues. It's nothing major really, but it can be a bit of an inconvenience for our accountant -- who comes in every few months to balance our budget and our company checkbook. He's unaware of the day to day operations, so we definitely want to keep information as simple and accessible as humanly possible. If someone could perhaps PM me with assistance, that would be terrific. Thank you all so much! =)JoergHerzinger wrote:I know this thread is a bit old, but the problem flo had still exists. If you don't use this module for actually delivering stuff the "Date sent" is pretty much useless and confusing. Could you add some simple option to not print the "Date sent"??
Hi, removing the date is actually quite simple, but it has to be done in the source code. Its quite ugly, but thats what we do:OfficeKitten wrote:If someone could perhaps PM me with assistance, that would be terrific.
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sed -i 's/if($date_sent != $bdate)/if(false)/' $WORKDIR/deb/usr/local/share/groupoffice/modules/billing/classes/pdf.class.inc.php
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