Toolbar Buttons & Their Functions

In order to customise the user experience within Kiosk Browser, you can ensure that only the relevant buttons are displayed on the toolbar.





The Bookmarks, App Drawer, Camera, Barcode Scanner, Show Print Menu Item buttons, and the Hide Overflow Menu Item and Show Restart App options; are available with pro licences and/or devices paired to a valid remote management subscription.


All buttons can be added and removed within the Settings > Toolbar menu as below.


App Icon (enabled by default) 



When enabled, this will reload the home page.  You can disable this behaviour using the option under Settings > Toolbar > App Icon Reloads Home Page


The app icon can be removed be enabling the setting Settings > Toolbar > Custom App Icon and ensuring that there isn't a custom icon file stored on the device under /DEFAULTSTORAGE/kioskbrowser/customicon.png



Settings > Toolbar > Home Icon


When enabled, this button will load the home page.





Settings > Toolbar > Refresh Icon


The refresh button will refresh the current URL.





Settings > Toolbar > Bookmarks Icon


This will open the bookmarks bar and display any bookmarks you have stored.





Settings > Toolbar > App Drawer Icon


Opens the app drawer and displays any apps that you have enabled.





Any applications you would like to be displayed in the app drawer, must be enabled under Settings > App Drawer > Visible Apps and the Enable App Drawer option switched on.





Settings > Toolbar > Back Icon


Loads the previous page.





Settings > Toolbar > Forward Icon


Loads the next page.





Settings > Toolbar > Browser Controls

The Home, Refresh, Back and Forward buttons can be removed from the toolbar as a group, using the Browser Controls option.



Settings > Toolbar > Camera Icon


Opens the default camera within Kiosk Browser.





Settings > Toolbar > Barcode Scanner Icon


Opens the barcode scanner within Kiosk Browser.





Settings > Toolbar > Show Print Menu Item


Opens the Google Cloud Print menu.





Settings > Toolbar > Show Restart App


This will include the Restart App option within the overflow menu.  





Settings > Toolbar > Hide Overlow Menu Items


The overflow menu is enabled by default.  By hiding the overflow menu you will need to access settings and exit to launcher by using the multi-tap method.




Overflow Menu (Refresh Profile)


The overflow menu shows the option to Refresh Profile.  This option is only displayed if the device is registered to remote management. Selecting Refresh Profile will re-download all the settings from the profile to which the device is assigned in remote management.




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