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    Sharp BP series LCD panel

    The new Sharp BP series copiers have great 10.1" LCD panels. They display a lot of static information like toner levels, Help, Settings, etc leaving enough space to display what looks like only four tiles on the Home Screen and following screens available for one Touch buttons.

    Can this be adjusted or if a user had 10 one touch buttons, would he have to swipe over three panels?

    Can only the Administrator add/ delete more one touch buttons?

    Is there any ability to put multiple one touch buttons inside a Folder on the LCD panel?

    With the big 10.1" LCD panel, is the utility of a pull out keyboard less used compared to typing on the on-screen keyboard?
    Last edited by SalesServiceGuy; 12-05-2023 at 11:28 PM.

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    Re: Sharp BP series LCD panel

    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    The new Sharp BP series copiers have great 10.1" LCD panels. They display a lot of static information like toner levels, Help, Settings, etc leaving enough space to display what looks like only four tiles on the Home Screen and following screens available for one Touch buttons.

    Can this be adjusted or if a user had 10 one touch buttons, would he have to swipe over three panels?

    Can only the Administrator add/ delete more one touch buttons?

    Is there any ability to put multiple one touch buttons inside a Folder on the LCD panel?

    With the big 10.1" LCD panel, is the utility of a pull out keyboard less used compared to typing on the on-screen keyboard?
    Yeah those panels are badass as f*ck.

    The GUI Home Buttons are easily customizable, including the bottom rows known as Fixed Keys.
    How can choose how many 'Home Buttons' you want in the WUI: Home Screen>Condition>Key Layout of the Screen

    Shortcuts are easier with the Gui, by simply programing the task you want done to the homescreen as a favorite.
    You can do this with the WUI, but it's more involved.

    Even though the screen is big, everyone I know prefers the hard keyboard better rather than the soft keyboard.

    Also, I do not know if you can create a customizable keys within a custom folder.

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    Re: Sharp BP series LCD panel

    Quote Originally Posted by JLSam View Post
    Yeah those panels are badass as f*ck.

    The GUI Home Buttons are easily customizable, including the bottom rows known as Fixed Keys.
    How can choose how many 'Home Buttons' you want in the WUI: Home Screen>Condition>Key Layout of the Screen

    Shortcuts are easier with the Gui, by simply programing the task you want done to the homescreen as a favorite.
    You can do this with the WUI, but it's more involved.

    Even though the screen is big, everyone I know prefers the hard keyboard better rather than the soft keyboard.

    Also, I do not know if you can create a customizable keys within a custom folder.
    Can you get more than four tiles on one LCD panel?

    Can you make the tile icons bigger or smaller?

    WUI stands for?

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    Re: Sharp BP series LCD panel

    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    Can you get more than four tiles on one LCD panel?

    Can you make the tile icons bigger or smaller?

    WUI stands for?
    Yes, you can get up to 18.

    Tile icon size is default size set by the amount of icons. You can find it in the WUI.

    WUI stands for Web User Interface, when you access the MFP's User Interface via Web by typing the IP address on a Web browser.

    Tile icon size I argue could probably be messed with, with custom icons, that can be added easily through the WUI: Home Screen Settings> Icons

    Edit: If you have any Phoenix boxes, the experience of adjusting the Home Screen is exactly the same.
    Edit 2: Phoenix Boxes are the MX-3070/3570/4070/5070/6070 and 3071/3571/4071/5071/6071 and monochrome equivalent models

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    Re: Sharp BP series LCD panel

    Working with Sharp's for my entire 9 year career, the operation panels can't be beat. Super easy to edit, they look nice, clean, organized, good color contrast... and the best part is, the advanced series(which we sell mostly), come with a pull out keyboard built in!

    Fully customizable up to 18 tiles, adding contacts as shortcuts for scanning or faxing modes, our customer's LOVE the screens. Go crazy

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    Re: Sharp BP series LCD panel

    Customers with mixed OEM's have always commented on the ease of use of Sharp compared to all other manufacturers. This has been the case for a long time. The interface just keeps getting better too.

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