There are some things you can't do with UIM menus that you can with DDS ones,but not many. Wean one's self from pretty colors and all that - heh!
Minor note and primarily only for trivia value...
There's no need to give up colors. UIM allows the "symbol" called [
&msg(msgid,msgf,lib) ]. You can have 1st-level message text that
consists of a hex-value corresponding to a display attribute such as
'Normal'=x'20' or 'RI Green'=x'21' and insert the &msg() "symbols"
almost anywhere in UIM text.
A glaring and garish example:
I put that together many years ago to show numerous examples of what
/could/ be done (rather than what should be done.) I've added little
bits at irregular times just to have my own example source for
whenever I need to remember some detail such as how to define a
There're a few minor other things on the next page if you could
scroll, but the example is probably more than anyone wants already.
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