Since you already have the ability to give different aliases different background colors, the most natural and supported thing you could do at this point would be to copy the alias and set the username to the other login.  Then you can change the colors to be appropriate for each alias/login.


On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 11:30 AM, <> wrote:

Squirrel already lets me put a coloured border around a production database, so it is easy to
distinguish between production and test, say.

Would it be possible to make the border dependent on the login being used, as well as the database?

My problem is that I have two separate logins to production, one read-only for running queries
etc, and one with write capability as well, to be used for data fixes and the like. It would be
nice to be able to distinguish the two sessions easily.

I realise that this will probably need some sort of configuration option to be set up, so that the
user-id and alias combinations can be recorded.


Roger Hill

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