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This document provides information on how to navigate the Scanner Settings for iScanBrowser (iOS). To access the scanner settings, navigate to iScanBrowser's settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. Then locate the subsection labeled "Scanner Settings." Define Virtual Data To manage the virtual scanner data feature, tap on "Define Virtual Data." Here you'll see a list of all the currently defined virtual data. This list is empty by default, but for this document, we've added a few sample data. Add Virtual Data To add a new virtual "scan," tap on…
This document provides instructions on how to use the basic web browser functionality of iScanBrowser for iOS. Set the Startup Page Navigate to iScanBrowser's settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. To set the startup page, tap on the "Startup page" option beneath the Open on Start section of the settings page. You have two options here--Home Screen or Last Pages. The Home Screen option is set by default. To open the pages from the last time you used iScanBrowser, select Last Pages. Set the Home Page Navigate to iScanBrowser's settings page by…
Enable the Account Manager To access iScanBrowser's appearance settings, navigate to iScanBrowser's settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. Locate the "Account Manager" subsection in the settings. Tap on the slider to the far right of "Enabled" to enable the Account Manager. Enter the passcode you want to use to secure the Account Manager. Repeat the passcode (for verification). The Account Manager is now enabled. Clear Private Browsing Data To clear iScanBrowser's cookies, navigate to the settings page, then scroll down until you see the…
This document provides information and instruction related to using the Serial Device Manager (SDM) for iOS, which is built into iScanBrowser. You can access the SDM by tapping on the SDM icon from the floating taskbar. Pair with a Bluetooth Device The main page of the Serial Device Manager is where you'll be able to pair with, manage, and disconnect from your Bluetooth devices. Scanners in HID mode (already paired within iOS Bluetooth Settings) will appear beneath "CONNECTED DEVICES," scanners in MFi mode, will appear in the section labeled "MFi DEVICES," and scanners in BLE (Bluetooth…
iScanBrowser triggers allow you to map a specific button (either in the floating taskbar or floating) to trigger a read action to the associated barcode scanner, RFID scanner, or UniMag reader. The floating trigger can also be assigned to trigger a read from the iOS CoreNFC reader. To access iScanBrowser's trigger settings, navigate to iScanBrowser's settings page by tapping on the gear icon located on the floating taskbar. Then locate the subsection labeled "Triggers Scanner Setup." About the Triggers Trigger #1 — RFID Trigger #1 can be assigned to any paired RFID scanner. When the…
This documentation provides information and instruction pertaining to iScanBrowser's Web From Rules. About Web Form Rules Web Form Rules are divided into two categories; Active Page Rules and New Page Rules. Active Page Rules are used to send data from the scanner to the currently loaded web page. New Page Rules will load a new URL and set the value of the target input to the new page. When new data is sent from a scanner, the application first goes through a list of Active Page Rules, trying to apply every rule for that URL. Specific criteria must be met for the Active Page Rule to…
iScanBrowser for Android doesn't display the address bar by default. Here, we'll show you how to enable always showing the address bar. 1. Open the sidebar menu by tapping on the hamburger icon (located at the top left of the screen) or by swiping from the left edge of the screen to the center of the screen. 2. Tap on Settings. 3. Tap on Web Form Rules. 4. Select the checkbox for Always show address bar.
This article demonstrates how to create a new Web Form Rule (WFR) in iScanBrowser for Android using the Create WFR button. In this example, we created a WFR to send scan data to the search field on https://buy.serialio.com (our online storefront). Remember that this is only one example of one type of Web Form Rule. If you're interested in other ways you can use Web Form Rules to automate your workflow, contact our solutions team — we'll be happy to show you how to complete a wide range of tasks with iScanBrowser! 1. Navigate to the page you want to create a WFR for. Here, we'll use…
This article will show you how to configure iScanBrowser for Android to drop any leading zero digits from each scan (barcode or RFID). 1. Open the sidebar menu by tapping on the hamburger icon (located at the top left of the screen) or by swiping from the left edge of the screen to the center of the screen. 2. Tap on Settings. 3. Scroll down the Settings page until you see "Drop leading 0 digits from scan." 4. Tap on the slider to the right of "Drop leading 0 digits from scan" to enable the feature.  
This article will show you how to enable the "save scans to file" feature in iScanBrowser for Android. 1. Open the sidebar menu by tapping on the hamburger icon (located at the top left of the screen) or by swiping from the left edge of the screen to the center of the screen. 2. Tap on Settings. 3. Tap on the slider to the far right of Save scans to file.  Once it is enabled, the slider will be red and oriented to the right.