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Hi to allIs it possible to remove / hide these buttons?If this is not possible, can logics be added? for example: if I close the dialog with button X, the value of a field in the crm is modified
There is no good way to hide those buttons. Here is what you can try:
parent.$("button[data-id='dialogResizeIconButton-2']", parent.document).style.display = 'none';
parent.$("button[data-id='dialogCloseIconButton']", parent.document).style.display = 'none';
Hi Andrew, thanks it works!
For my understand: can you add functionality to the buttons? for example: if I close the dialog with button X, the value of a field in the crm is modified
It's not possible in a supported way. I believe it's possible using some DOM tweaks but I would recommend avoiding that.
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