Assign a css style to designer project to distinguish multiple open projects

Idea ID 2791111

Assign a css style to designer project to distinguish multiple open projects

Hi,

I often work on several designer projects in parallel, e.g. one project in the development IDM and one project in the integration environment.
To prevent mistakes e.g. I change something in the Integration it will be very helpful that the designer provides me an option to assign a css style (e.g. a Special Headline Color) to each project.
So I can distinguish the different projects just by the Color.
2 Comments
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Though there is no option currently at the Project level, you can assign different themes to your workspaces. This will provide a color difference for each of the workspaces. If you have Projects for the different environments in separate workspaces, you will be close to achieving what you have requested. Start with the menu - Window | Preferences | NetIQ | Identity Manager | Modeler | Themes - and then change the Developer and optionally the Architect themes to set different color backgrounds for the active workspace.
Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner
If not full CSS support, assigning a color to a project that gets used as background color on Modeler and open Tabs would help a lot. This should probably be even enhanced to ID Vaults because in deployment projects we pull all stages into a single project so we can copy GCVs and settings from Dev to QA to PROD easily.
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