01-16-2013 02:02 PM
Just bought a Photosmart 7520 to my father. He finds screen touch eprint icons too distracting. He is not too keen on eprint services and these icons add complexity to the printer user interface. Is it possible to remove them from the main menu?
I tried eprintcenter, could manage to remove some eprint services that were added during firmware update but Google, Dreamwork and some hp eprint services are still present.
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01-18-2013 01:02 AM
Thanks garytech1, i guess that it would have been nice being able to swap the first and second button row.
The first button row (preferences, ink levels, ...) is quite narrow and prone to mistakenly push a thumb sized pocoyo eprint service.
10-19-2013 07:10 PM
Yes the icons for unwanted apps do mess up the screen with unneeded complexity. Take a lesson from Google! They work hard to streamline their interface. Users do not need more distractions, features, bell and whistles. It's just clutter. I was hoping I wouldn't have to take an hour of my time to remove these icons one at a time. It looks like hp just wants us to use up those print cartridges with extraneous nonsense.
10-22-2013 07:41 AM
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12-02-2014 04:27 PM
Do you realise that childish icons for Airfix etc make what is a good product look a bit of a joke when it comes to being a serious printer. A bit like putting fluffy dice in a Porche.
No problem with having them there but someone was having a bad day when they signed it off with no removal protocols.