Different colors Service Studio by environment

By Eduardo Caetano on 10 Mar 2016
Hi,
My idea is to change the service studio color depending on the environment that we are connected. This is to avoid publications in quality environment. Example: dev (green), quality (yellow) and prod (red).
J.11 Mar 2016
Should you not be restricted by lifetime to publish in quality environments?

Martijn Habraken11 Mar 2016
I like the idea.
I'm a developer but also admin for the other environments so sometimes (usually Monday morning) I sometimes develop in the wrong environment.
Justin James13 Mar 2016
I want it to put severe WARNINGS and require confirmation when publishing to non-DEV. Not just a mere color change.

J - What happens is that you connect to QA or PROD to do a hotfix/patch or just to inspect code... then accidentally publish what should be DEV code to QA or PROD the next day when Studio connects you to QA or PROD by default. It's happened to me a few times now.

J.Ja
Tiago Gafeira6 Apr 2016
The different colors could also apply to Service Center.
Hanno18 Aug

I agree this is a good idea.

Justin's comment about the warnings (perhaps a confirmation dialog) will also definitely help.

I have disabled Service Studio automatically connecting to the last used environment, as this has caused some issues. Perhaps a dialog message informing you that you are not connected to a development environment will also be helpful.

Miguel Sousa17 Nov (4 weeks ago)

It would be nice that Service Studio could identify a login in a Production Environment and change it's color / add an Production icon warning.



Merged from 'Service Studio - Production Environment Color' (idea created on 2017-11-17 20:35:10 by Miguel Sousa), on 2017-11-30 15:34:32 by J.
Hanno18 Nov (4 weeks ago)

There is an Idea for this already



Merged from 'Service Studio - Production Environment Color' (idea created on 2017-11-17 20:35:10 by Miguel Sousa), on 2017-11-30 15:34:32 by J.
J.30 Nov (2 weeks ago)

For now I agree :D


J.7 Dec (10 days ago)

It would be totally awesome if this colorizing also includes the "recent list"

Too often i kinda forget to look at the environment behind the modules