ColdFire and other custom debug templates?

How does one go about implementing ColdFire (or other custom templates) for
debugging?

I have copied the debug template into WEB-INF\lucee\context\templates\error
for both the site and the server admin but the custom option does not
appear within the administrator.

I have located the xml config lines of

<debugging template="/lucee/templates/debugging/debugging.cfm">
    <debug-entry 

custom=“general=true&bgcolor=white&color=black&highlight=250000&scopes=Application%2CForm%2CRequest%2CSession%2CURL&size=medium&minimal=0&font=Times%20New%20Roman%2C%20Times%2C%20serif”

    fullname="lucee-server.admin.debug.Classic" 

id=“098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6”
iprange=“127.0.0.1”
label=“test”
path="/lucee-server/admin/debug/Classic.cfc"
type=“lucee-classic”/>

But am baffled how to customize that entry to pick up the custom debug
template I want to run.

Thanks in advance for any guidance.

Jeff

Did you go to your admin page’s “error” section to change the template’s
path?

http://127.0.0.1:8888/lucee/admin/server.cfm?action=server.errorOn Friday, March 6, 2015 at 2:45:22 PM UTC-5, Jeff Justice wrote:

How does one go about implementing ColdFire (or other custom templates)
for debugging?

I have copied the debug template into
WEB-INF\lucee\context\templates\error for both the site and the server
admin but the custom option does not appear within the administrator.

I have located the xml config lines of

<debugging template="/lucee/templates/debugging/debugging.cfm">
    <debug-entry 

custom=“general=true&bgcolor=white&color=black&highlight=250000&scopes=Application%2CForm%2CRequest%2CSession%2CURL&size=medium&minimal=0&font=Times%20New%20Roman%2C%20Times%2C%20serif”

    fullname="lucee-server.admin.debug.Classic" 

id=“098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6”
iprange=“127.0.0.1”
label=“test”
path="/lucee-server/admin/debug/Classic.cfc"
type=“lucee-classic”/>

But am baffled how to customize that entry to pick up the custom debug
template I want to run.

Thanks in advance for any guidance.

Jeff