Thanks Paola...I'll check to see if we have that functionality.

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From: pgroeber@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pgroeber@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, August 18, 2006 10:47 AM
To: MAPICS ERP System Discussion; mapics-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Holmes, Earl C
Subject: Re: [MAPICS-L] FW: PACKING CONTAINER CONFUSION


Earl,
 
I've not used eWorkplace before, but I do remember on a 5250 emulation
screen you can change the colors.  We used the settings to change the
screens so we knew what environment we were in.  That way personnel
always signed into a specific environment with that colored screen for a
specific function, like Pick Lists Only..  The text color can be changed
as well as the back ground color.   That may help keep them seperate and
it is an easy fix.  Not sure if that is what you are looking for but it
is an idea you might want to consider.
 
Paola Groeber
Manager Quality Assurance
TranDotCom Solutions, LLC
 

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From: <EarlCHolmes@xxxxxxxxx> 



We're using eWorkplace with MapicsXA6 COM for packing and shipping.
The 
Specify Individuals screen for both, packing and shipping, look almost

identical. Because of the similar look we often have multiple packs
instead of 
pack and ship. Other than using one computer for packing and another
for 
shipping are there any ways to make the screens look remarkably
different and 
still allow for the multiple input that the Specify Individuals screen
offers? 

Earl C. Holmes 
Eaton Electrical Group 
Arden, NC 28704 
earlcholmes@xxxxxxxxx 

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