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The $appltitle function has effect only when the application is using a GUI driver. In case we want to change in CHUI how we can do that?
Where do you think on a CHUI screen an apptitle should apper???
You see it in GUI on the WINDOWS caption and the task bar.
Both do not exist in CHUI
actually we have 2 version running parallel 8.4 and 9.4 CHUI..sometimes we are unable to differentiate which envionment we are running.
Is there anyway to differentieate the environment ...anything like putting something on border
a long long time ago (uniface 5), some customers standard layouts included a field in the header frame to display the application name or version info.
U mean change should be in all the forms ?
what about having a little help form, which is called by F1 e.g.
You can modify you User-Keys and the APP-Trigger to call this form, wich can display infos like $about
If you want an always visible information, YES your S&G form layout needs improvement.
If you need this info occasionally, Thomas Youngs suggestion of a help-form is the way to go.
I am very sceptic if the following issue is still in a state to be used;
in the pre-GUI days, it allowed some Application Screen Layout.
Nowadays you can reach it with the GoTo Menu when you edit the startup shell
Define an application screen for use in a character mode environment.
This editor lists individual frame areas, which have properties that define the dimensions and characteristics.These definitions are compiled into a shell.aps file. It is not a graphical editor, in that the frames are not reflected on the tableau.
Uniface automatically includes the MESSAGE and FORMAREA frames.
When your users connect to your application through terminal emulator software, just make different colors for each environment using the configuration options of your terminal emulator.
Some settings in the asn-Files are interesting for this kind of differenatation, e.g. the [CHUI] Section or $CHUI_FORM_BORDER $DEF_CUROCC_VIDEO or $form_title, if used (with different attributes)...
.... or if you just want to have some internal hint for the expert, what about just changing the font (from the 9.4.01 Helpfile):
The [CHUI] section enables you to define the appearance of a character based application.
Specifies the name of the type face (font) used in a character-based application
FACENAME = FontName
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