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ParameterValuesInfo

-left=<integer_value>

integer

If you don’t start eSignatureOffice  in full screen mode, here you can define the xcoordinates

to determine the preferred position of eSignatureOffice when running.

-top=<integer_value>

integer

If you don’t start eSignatureOffice  in full screen mode, here you can define the ycoordinates

to determine the preferred position of eSignatureOffice when running.

 
-width=<integer_value>integer

If you don’t start eSignatureOffice  in full screen mode, here you can define the width to determine

the preferred position of eSignatureOffice when running.

-height=<integer_value>

integer

If you don’t start eSignatureOffice  in full screen mode, here you can define the height to determine

the preferred position of eSignatureOffice when running.

-gm0

-gm1

-gm2

-gm3

-gm4

 

Allows you to use the “old” window design, which is necessary for some of the Display&Design Parameters.

"-gm0" = traditional

"-gm1" = traditional minimalistic

"-gm2" = classic

"-gm3" = classic reduced

"-gm4" = New GUI (Eso V5.x)

-hideframe

 
 The window frame will be hidden. (only working with OLD GUI, see -gm0)

-hidestartwin

 When opening an application - be it manually, transferring via the PDF converter
or by starting eSignatureOffice through the parameter "eSOSigOffice.exe" from
another application - a window will appear for a short time which signals to the user
that eSignatureOffice has started running. You can hide the start window using the
command “-hidestartwin".
-hidesignbtn The button "Signature Mode” will not be displayed.
-hidesupportbtn The button "Support" in the Info-Form will not be displayed.
-support The support form is displayed right after start and load of command line documents (for "Mail to Support")

-hidesofcname

-hsn

 hides the title of the eSignatureOffice

deactivateXXXX

-deactivateXXXX

deactivate=XXXX

-deactivate=XXXX

 

This option only has effects on the “old” window design i.e. if the “new
window design” has been deactivated.
Different menus can be deactivated via "deactivateXXXX" i.e. they will be hidden. This
way, certain functions can be rendered inaccessible to the user.


The four “x” after the word “deactivate” stand for in this sequence:
1. The main menu right at the top of the window
2. The logo banner below the file menu
3. The toolbar with the zoom buttons below the logo banner
4. The menu bar on the right with the buttons for the different modes (signature mode etc.)


In order to deactivate one of the above-mentioned menus, place a 1 at the
corresponding position in order to have it displayed a 0. The command Deactivate1001
deactivates the main menu and the button on the right in eSignatureOffice.
Deactivate1111 deactivates all four menu bars. The deactivated menu bars will also be
hidden. If the right menu bar is deactivated, the buttons needed for signing will be
displayed beneath the document. If using the command Deactivate1111, only the
displayed document will appear in a window on the screen as well as the buttons
“Signature Mode”, “OK”, “Cancel” and “Repeat”, or if necessary “Skip” and “Back”.
Despite this, you can use all functions, such as signature sets and macro buttons triggered
by signature sets.

-zoom=

integer/string

Using this parameter you can specify the document zoom when starting the program.

"10" ... "300" = Zoom in percent

"fit" or "f" or "0" = that means fit to screen or
"width" or "w" = that means fit to page width.

-zoomaftersign=integer/string

Using this parameter you can specify the document zoom after signing (even when canceling.

"10" ... "300" = Zoom in percent

"fit" or "f" or "0" = that means fit to screen or
"width" or "w" = that means fit to page width

'k' or 'keep' or Empty string when no change should occur - the zoom before starting the signature is used

-zoomlcd=Integer

Defines zoom value on the (Colour) Device when document view is enabled at startup. Value in range 0..2,

0 = Fit to Width

1 = Fit to LCD (complete Page)

2 = maximal possible Zoom on Device

-minimize start the application minimized
-maximize start the application maximized
-monitor=<MonitorIndex>IntegerParameter allows you to set on which monitor the application should be placed
-editcorners 

re-enables the dialog to pre-define and edit Corner-Patterns.

If a pre-defined Corner-Pattern is defined in SSS this function is always used

in the search for the edges of the signature-field

-hidesssfiles

 no SSS file selection possible in new GUI
-hidesssmenu no Toolbox-Menu for SSS file creation/change/directory set
-hidesss 

hides SSS file selection and Menu for SSS

-mds enables the button for manual device search inside the administration. This button is only necessary if you using a very old com device.
-nocentersign 

in signature mode, when scrolling inside the document, the signature field rectangle is centered if a timeout or the user starts to sign.

This behavior is unwanted when using MsInkPads or Tablets.

With this parameter the centering is prohibited if signature rectangle is visible on monitor completely.

-noscrollsign Disable scrolling in eSignatureOffice while signature mode
-overlapped 

Parameter for SecureSign when used with SigFile function.

In this mode function sigFile is terminated immediately after call, while eSignatureOffice keeps running in background. Calling application must meet special requirements, please refer to SecureSign documentation.

-chkresize 

Parameter for SeucreSign when used with SigFile funtion.

When used with overlapped the window resize check is not enabled, which can cause problems.

-setfocus Force eSignatureOffice into focus at startup

 

Behaviour or basic settings

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