Infopro

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Interesting idea. I'm not sure if this can be done so leaving for someone else to respond properly. I moved a few sections around just now and then logged out, and then looked in the home/username/.cpanel/ directory and its directories inside to check dates on files to see what changed.

These sections settings are cached by the system I guess. Can you place copies of the needed files into cpanel3-skel for use? Not sure. But I do like the idea of being able to if we could. :)
 

cPanelKenneth

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You should be able to set this with the NVdata::set API 1 call (ApiNVData < ApiDocs/Api1 < TWiki). An untested example from your request would look like:
Code:
NVdata::set('xmaingroupsorder', 'domains|files|db|advanced|sec|mail|logs|pref|software', 0)
For more information you should ask in the developers forum.