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This panel controls all settings related to the Project Frame feature.
What is Project Frame?
This feature has been inspired by a Visual Studio Code plugin, Unique Window Colors. Its concept is to provide a better visualization of your opened projects by adding a colored stripe on top of each window, with a unique color automatically generated from the project name!
This feature is available since version 5.2.0. Previously available under the Features tab, since version 6.6.0 it has its own settings tab, with all it’s customization abilities.
Enable/Disable Project Frame Colors
This setting simply enables or disables the Project Frame. When enabled, a new stripe is added on the top of the IDE, just below the title bar, displaying the Project name in a randomly generated background color.
As stated above, the background color is generated from the project name. Meaning, that if two projects have similar names, they would have similar colors as well.
This can be a great when having multiple opened projects, to easily distinguish between each of them.
Show Project Name
Since version 6.6.0, you can now decide to hide the Project Name displayed on the bar.
Since the project name is already displayed on the title bar, it can be a little jarring to have it on both the title bar and the Project Frame, therefore this setting can be useful for limiting the information displayed on screen.
Another option, rather than hiding the Project Name, would be to actually replace it with a text of your choice.
That means that you can customize what’s displayed on the bar with unicode characters, emojis, etc. This, coupled with the ability to set settings per-project, can be quite useful as well for better recognizing between windows :)
Note: You can add the current project’s name to the custom text by using the
Since version 6.6.0, you can also override the global settings on a per-project basis:
- Select a custom color
- Show/Hide the project title
- Set a custom text per project
Note: You would still need to Enable the Global Project Frame Colors setting, so that the frame is added to the IDE. This cannot be enabled/disabled per-project.