Rob, just a guess but in many interfaces a name that contains the @ symbol is interpreted as a URL link and is underlined.
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Subject: WRKLNK: What does it mean when a library is underlined?
and I get a list like this:
Object link Type Attribute Text
#CGULIB.LIB LIB PROD
#DFULIB.LIB LIB PROD
#DSULIB.LIB LIB PROD
#IDDUMSC.LIB LIB PROD Misc Files for Qry
#IDDUTPF.LIB LIB PROD
#LIBRARY.LIB LIB PROD
#MXJRN.LIB LIB PROD MIMIX - BLDJRNENV
#MXJRN@xxxxx LIB PROD MIMIX - BLDJRNENV
#RPGLIB.LIB LIB PROD
It doesn't show here but #MXJRN@xxxxx is underlined from the M to the end.
Just the # is not underlined. At first I thought I did something weird, like highlight some text to copy/paste. But I rolled down and the underline disappeared. I rolled back and that same item is underlined that way again.
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