In this document, it will be explained how to show Food and Drinks on different kitchen screens.

 

 

 

 

1. Adding Necessary Components

1.1. Adding Product Tag Caption

Go to Main Menu > Manage > Settings > Program Settings > in here type productType into Product Tag Caption field.

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.2. Editing Product Tag Editor

Main Menu > Manage > Products > Product Tag Editor > here into the productType column write Food for Foods and Drink for Drinks.

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.3. Adding Tasks

1.3.1. Adding Drink Task

Main Menu > Manage > Settings > Task Types > here clik on Add Task Type.

Name: KD Task GUI - Drink

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.3.2. Adding Food Task

Main Menu > Manage > Settings > Task Types > here clik on Add Task Type.

Name: KD Task GUI - Food

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.4. Adding Entity Screens

1.4.1. Adding Food Entity Screen

Main Menu > Manage > Entities > Entity Screens > here, click on Add Entity Screen.

General Settings Section;

Name: Kitchen Display Food

Ticket Type: Ticket

View Mode: Layout

 

Mappings Section;

Add a line by clicking on Add and configure the settings according to below image.

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.4.2. Adding Drink Entity Screen

Main Menu > Manage > Entities > Entity Screens > here, click on Add Entity Screen.

General Settings Section;

Name: Kitchen Display Drink

Ticket Type: Ticket

View Mode: Layout

 

Mappings Section;

Add a line by clicking on Add and configure the settings according to below image.

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.5. Editing Entity Screens

1.5.1. Editing Foods Entity Screen

Main Menu > POS > Kitchen Screen Food > When you are on this screen, right click on mouse and activate the Design Mode again right click on mouse, select Add Widget and then select Task Editor.

When the Design Mode is active, select Task Editor, right click on mouse and select Settings and configure it as shown in the below image.

Task Type Name Value: KD Task GUI - Food

Don’t Create Task History: Must be selected.

Sort Order: Ascending

Task Commands: 

Select All=Select All
Toggle Order=Toggle
Ready=Complete

Display Active Items: Must be selected.

Duration Format: 

0-7: <color LightGreen><size 15>New Ticket</size></color>
7-20: <block 4 Yellow><color Black><size 15> Order is <m:> minutes old </size></color></block>
20-300:<block 4 red><bold><color white><size 15> ATTENTION: <m:> minutes passed!!! </size></color></bold></block>
60:<date:>

Completed Task Color: #00FFFFFF

Border Color: #FF404040

 

When the Design Mode is active, select Task Editor, right click mouse and select Properties and then configure settings as shown in the below image.

Name: KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Food

 

1.5.2. Editing Drinks Entity Screen

Main Menu > POS > Kitchen Screen Drink > When you are on this screen, right click on mouse and activate the Design Mode again right click on mouse, select Add Widget and then select Task Editor.

When the Design Mode is active, select Task Editor, right click on mouse and select Settings and configure it as shown in the below image.

Task Type Name Value: KD Task GUI - Drink

Don’t Create Task History: Must be selected.

Sort Order: Ascending

Task Commands: 

Select All=Select All
Toggle Order=Toggle
Ready=Complete

Display Active Items: Must be selected.

Duration Format:

0-7: <color LightGreen><size 15>New Ticket</size></color>
7-20: <block 4 Yellow><color Black><size 15> Order is <m:> minutes old </size></color></block>
20-300:<block 4 red><bold><color white><size 15> ATTENTION: <m:> minutes passed!!! </size></color></bold></block>
60:<date:>

Completed Task Color: #00FFFFFF

Border Color: #FF404040

 

When the Design Mode is active, select Task Editor, right click mouse and select Properties and then configure settings as shown in the below image.

Name: KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Drink

 

1.6. Adding Printers

1.6.1. Adding Food Printer

Main Menu > Manage > Printing > Printers > here, click on Add Printer.

Printer Name: KD Printer GUI - Food

Printer Share Name / Port Name: . (Period)

Printer Type: Custom Printer / Task Printer

In here click on Settings and write into field KD Task GUI - Food

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.6.2. Adding Drink Printer

Main Menu > Manage > Printing > Printers > here, click on Add Printer.

Printer Name: KD Printer GUI - Drink

Printer Share Name / Port Name: . (Period)

Printer Type: Custom Printer / Task Printer

In here click on Settings and write into field KD Task GUI - Drink

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.7. Adding Printer Templates

1.7.1. Adding Food Printer Template

Main Menu > Manage > Printing > Printer Templates > here, click on Add Printer Template.

Template Name: KD Template GUI - Food

Sort Orders: Blank

Merge Lines: Don’t Merge

Template:

Copy below code group and paste it into Template field;

 

[LAYOUT]
{ORDERS} 

[ORDERS]
++{ORDER TIME} - {ENTITY NAME:Table} | {ENTITY NAME:Customer}
(Id={NAME}-{ORDER UID})
(Color=#FF333333)
(TID={TICKET ID})
(NOTE={NOTE})
(SEAT={ORDER STATE:SEAT})

<bold>[=('{QUANTITY}'>1 ? ('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2) : '  ')] {PRODUCT NAME}</bold>
[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas>  <color #FF55FF33><size 17><bold>{PORTION}</bold></size></color></font>']
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}

 

[ORDERS:Gift]
++{ORDER TIME} - {ENTITY NAME:Table} | {ENTITY NAME:Customer}
(Id={NAME}-{ORDER UID})
(Color=#FF333333)
(TID={TICKET ID})
(NOTE={NOTE})
(SEAT={ORDER STATE:SEAT})

<color White><bold><size 16><font Consolas>[=('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2)] {PRODUCT NAME}</font></size></bold></color>[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas> <color #FF55FF33><size 14><italic>{PORTION}</italic></size></color></font>'] <bold> FREE</bold>
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}

 

[ORDERS:Void]
++{ORDER TIME} - {ENTITY NAME:Table} | {ENTITY NAME:Customer}
(Id={NAME}-{ORDER UID})
(Color=#FF333333)
(TID={TICKET ID})
(NOTE={NOTE})
(SEAT={ORDER STATE:SEAT})
XXXXX VOID XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

<bold>[=('{QUANTITY}'>1 ? ('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2) : '  ')] {PRODUCT NAME}</bold>
[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas>  <color #FF55FF33><size 17><bold>{PORTION}</bold></size></color></font>']
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.7.2. Adding Drink Printer Template

Main Menu > Manage > Printing > Printer Templates > here, click on Add Printer Template.

Template Name: KD Template GUI - Drink

Sort Orders: Blank

Merge Lines: Don’t Merge

Template:

Copy below code group and paste it into Template field;

[LAYOUT]
++{TIME} {ENTITY NAME:Table} {ENTITY NAME:Customer}
(Id={DATE:yyyyMMddHHmmss}-{ENTITY NAME:Customer}-{ENTITY NAME:Table})
(NOTE={NOTE})
{ORDERS}
[ORDERS GROUP|PRODUCT GROUP]
<color Orange><size 12><font Consolas>[='~~~ {GROUP KEY} ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~'.substr(0,40)]</font></size></color>
 

[ORDERS]
<color Black><bold><size 16><font Consolas>[=('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2)] {PRODUCT NAME}</font></size></bold></color>[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas> <color #FF55FF33><size 14><italic>{PORTION}</italic></size></color></font>']
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}

 

[ORDERS:Gift]
<color Black><bold><size 16><font Consolas>[=('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2)] {PRODUCT NAME}</font></size></bold></color>[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas> <color #FF55FF33><size 14><italic>{PORTION}</italic></size></color></font>'] <bold> FREE</bold>
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}

 

[ORDERS:Void]
<color Black><bold><size 16><font Consolas>[=('{QUANTITY}'+'  ').substr(0,2)] {PRODUCT NAME}</font></size></bold></color>[='{PORTION}'=='' ? '' : '<font Consolas> <color #FF55FF33><size 14><italic>{PORTION}</italic></size></color></font>'] <bold> VOID</bold>
{SORTED ORDER TAGS}
[SORTED ORDER TAGS]
<size 14><color Yellow><font Consolas>    [=('{ORDER TAG QUANTITY}'>1 ? {ORDER TAG QUANTITY} : ' ')] {ORDER TAG NAME}</font></color></size>
[SORTED ORDER TAGS:VIP Discount]
-- do not print
[SORTED ORDER TAGS:Happy Hour Discount]
-- do not print

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.8. Adding Print Job

Main Menu > Manage > Printing > Printing Jobs > here, click on Add Printing Job.

Print Job Name: KD Print Tasks GUI

Printing Content: All Lines

Add 2 lines by clicking on Add and configure settings according to above image.

Product Type Column:

For Line 1: productType=Food

For Line 2: productType=Drink

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

1.9. Adding Automation Command

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Automation Commands > here, click on Add Automation Command.

General Settings Section;

Name: KD Reprint Tasks

Category: Kitchen Display

Button Header: Reprint\rOrder

Clear Selection: Must be selected.

 

Mappings Section;

In here, add a line by clicking on Add and configure the settings as shown in below image.

Visibility: Order Line

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

2. Adding Actions

2.1. Adding Execute Print Job GUI Action

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Actions > here, click on Add Action.

Action Name: KD Execute Print Job GUI

Action Type: Execute Print Job

Parameters:

Print Job Name: KD Print Tasks GUI

Print Ticket: True

Update Ticket Number: False

High Priority: True

Order State Name: KDStatus

Order State: [:orderState]

IgnorecSelectedcOrders: [:ignoreSelectedOrders]

Copy: 1

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

 

2.2. Adding Show Screen Action

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Actions > here, click on Add Action.

Eylem Adı: KD Show Screen

Eylem Tipi: Navigate Module

Parameteters:

Module Name: Entity

Parameter: KD Kitchen Display GUI - [:screen]

Hide Header: True

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

2.3. Adding Refresh Widgets Action

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Actions > here, click on Add Action.

Action Name: KD Refresh Widgets

Action Type: Refresh Widgets

Parameters: [:widgetNames]

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

2.4. Adding Update Order State KDStatus Action

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Actions > here, click on Add Action.

Action Name: KD Update Order State KDStatus

Action Type: Update Order State

Parameters:

State Name: KDStatus

Current State: [:CurrentState]

State: [:NewState]

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

 

3. Adding Rules

3.1. Adding Show Screen Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

Rule Name: KD Show Screen

Event Name: Automation Command Executed

Execute Rule If: Matches

Add Custom Constraint:

Automation Command Name|Contains|KD Kitchen Display GUI

Select Action:

Action: KD Show Screen

screen: [:CommandValue]

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

3.2. Adding Void or Cancel Void – Set KDStatus to NotPrinted Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

Rule Name: KD Void or Cancel Void – Set KDStatus to NotPrinted

Event Name: Automation Command Executed

Execute Rule If: Matches

Add Custom Constraint:

Automation Command Name|Equals|Cancel Void

Automation Command Name|Equals|Void

Select Actions:

Action: KD Update Order KDStatus

NewState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'NotPrinted']

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

3.3. Adding Reprint Tasks Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

 

Rule Name: KD Reprint Tasks

Event Name: Automation Command Executed

Execute Rule If: Matches

Add Custom Constraint:

Automation Command Name|Equals|KD Reprint Tasks

{ITEM TAG:productType}|Is Not Null|

Select Actions:

Action-1: KD Update Order State KDStatus

CurrentState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'Printed']

NewState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'Printing']

Action-2: KD Execute Print Job GUI

orderState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'Printing']

IgnoreSelected Orders: False

Action-3: KD Update Order State KDStatus

CurrentState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'Printing']

NewState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'Printed']

Action-4: KD Rehfresh Widgets

widgetNames: KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Food,KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Drink

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

3.4. Adding Set KDStatus to Printing Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

Rule Name: KD Set KDStatus to Printing

Event Name: Before Ticket Closing

Execute Rule If: Matches

Select Action:

Action-1: KD Update Order KDStatus

CurrentState: FNotPrinted

NewState: FPrinting

Action-2: KD Update Order KDStatus

CurrentState: DNotPrinted

NewState: DPrinting

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

3.5. Adding Set KDStatus to NotPrinted Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

Rule Name: KD Set KDStatus to NotPrinted

Event Name: Order Added to Ticket

Execute Rule If: Matches

Add Custom Constraint:

{ITEM TAG:productType}|Is Not Null|

Select Actions:

Action: KD Update Order State KDStatus

NewState: [='{ITEM TAG:productType}'.substr(0,1) + 'NotPrinted']

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

 

3.6. Adding Print Order and set KDStatus to Printed Rule

Main Menu > Manage > Automation > Rules > here, click on Add Rule.

Rule Name: KD Print Order and set KDStatus to Printed

Event Name: Ticket Closing

Execute Rule If: Matches

Select Actions:

Action-1: KD Execute Print Job GUI

orderState: FPrinting

Action-2: KD Update Order State KDStatus

CurrentState: FPrinting

NewState: FPrinted

Action-3: KD Execute Print Job GUI

orderState: DPrinting

Action-4: KD Update Order State KDStatus

CurrentState: DPrinting

NewState: DPrinted

Eylem-5: KD Refresh Widgets

WidgetNames: KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Food,KD Task Editor Widget GUI - Drink

After completing necessary editings, click on Save button.

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