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5.11. Display

$g_font_family
Name of the google font family for the browser to use. For all available fonts, see: fonts.google.com .
$g_font_family_choices
Google font family list offered to the user to chose from. Font files are fetched from google servers.
$g_font_family_choices_local
This is a small subset of $g_font_family_choices in which font files are part of MantisBT installation.
$g_window_title
This is the browser window title (<TITLE> tag).
$g_search_title
This is used as prefix to describe Browser Search entries, and must be short enough so that when inserted into the 'opensearch_XXX_short' language string, the resulting text is 16 characters or less, to be compliant with the limit for the ShortName element as defined in the OpenSearch specification .
Defaults to the value of $g_window_title.
$g_favicon_image
Path to the favorites icon relative to MantisBT root folder This icon should be of image/x-icon MIME type, and its size 16x16 pixels. It is also used to decorate OpenSearch Browser search entries. (default 'images/favicon.ico').
$g_logo_image
Path to the logo image relative to MantisBT root folder (default 'images/mantis_logo.gif').
$g_logo_url
The default URL to be associated with the logo. By default this is set to $g_default_home_page (which defaults to My View page). Clicking on the logo from any page in the bug tracker will navigate to the URL specified in this configuration option.
$g_show_project_menu_bar
This option specifies whether to add menu at the top of the page which includes links to all the projects. The default value is OFF.
$g_show_assigned_names
When a bug is assigned then replace the word "assigned" with the name of the developer in parenthesis. Default is ON.
$g_show_priority_text
Specifies whether to show priority as text (ON) or icon (OFF) in the view all bugs page. Default is OFF (icon).
$g_priority_significant_threshold
Define the priority level at which a bug becomes significant. Significant bugs are displayed with emphasis. Set this value to -1 to disable the feature. The default value is HIGH.
$g_severity_significant_threshold
Define the severity level at which a bug becomes significant. Significant bugs are displayed with emphasis. Set this value to -1 to disable the feature. The default value is MAJOR.
$g_view_issues_page_columns
This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the View Issues page and in which order. If one of the column is not accessible to the logged in user, or corresponds to a disabled feature, then it will be automatically removed from the list at runtime. Hence, the same column list may show a different set of columns based on the logged in user, the currently selected project and enabled features (e.g. sponsorship_total is only shown if the sponsorship feature is enabled).
The supported columns are: selection, edit, id, project_id, reporter_id, handler_id, priority, reproducibility, projection, eta, resolution, fixed_in_version, view_state, os, os_build, build (for product build), platform, version, date_submitted, attachment_count, category, sponsorship_total, severity, status, last_updated, summary, bugnotes_count, description, steps_to_reproduce, additional_info. As for custom fields they can be referenced by adding a 'custom_' to their name (e.g. xyz would be custom_xyz).
By default the following columns are selected: selection, edit, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment_count, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary.
$g_print_issues_page_columns
This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the Print Issues page and in which order. See $g_view_issues_page_columns for more details about the supported fields.
By default the following columns are selected: selection, priority, id, sponsorship_total, bugnotes_count, attachment_count, category_id, severity, status, last_updated, summary
$g_csv_columns
This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the CSV export and in which order. See $g_view_issues_page_columns for more details about the supported fields.
By default the following columns are selected: id, project_id, reporter_id, handler_id, priority, severity, reproducibility, version, build, projection, category_id, date_submitted, eta, os, os_build, platform, view_state, last_updated, summary, status, resolution, fixed_in_version, duplicate_id.
$g_excel_columns
This configuration option is used to select the columns to be included in the CSV export and in which order. See $g_view_issues_page_columns for more details about the supported fields.
By default the following columns are selected: id, project_id, reporter_id, handler_id, priority, severity, reproducibility, version, build, projection, category_id, date_submitted, eta, os, os_build, platform, view_state, last_updated, summary, status, resolution, fixed_in_version, duplicate_id.
$g_show_bug_project_links
Show project links when in All Projects mode. Default is ON.
$g_show_product_version
This controls display of the product version in the report, view, update and print issue pages. This flag also applies to other product version related fields like product build, fixed in version, and target version. Valid values are ON, OFF, and AUTO. ON for always displayed, AUTO for displayed when project has versions defined, and OFF for always OFF. The default value is AUTO.
$g_show_version_dates_threshold
The access level threshold at which users will see the date of release for product versions. Dates will be shown next to the product version, target version and fixed in version fields. Set this threshold to NOBODY to disable the feature. Default value is NOBODY.
$g_show_realname
This control will replace the user's userid with their realname. If it is set to ON, and the real name field has been populated, the replacement will occur. It defaults to OFF.
$g_show_avatar
Show the users' avatar
In addition to enabling this configuration option it is necessary to install an avatar plugin like the Gravatar plugin which is bundled out of the box.
$g_show_avatar_threshold
The threshold of users for which MantisBT should show the avatar (default DEVELOPER). Note that the threshold is related to the user for whom the avatar is being shown, rather than the user who is currently logged in.