The reason for this is because the query window now works differently. One
can now have several tabs which act as independand queries so the window's
title must be sort of generic.
With the above in mind, which tab should MySQLCC take as the "principal" tab
in order to produce the window-title ?
I am open to suggestions on how would you make this work :)
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Cotran" <robertc@stripped>
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2003 8:46 AM
Subject: Database name display in query window
> Hi there!
> I love your product, it's awesome!
> I just wanted to comment on one thing. I recently installed 0.9.1. I
> was running 0.8.10 before that. One difference I noted is that when
> double-clicking on a table name and bringing up the query window (with
> or without a SELECT * result list), it no longer displays the database
> name, it now displays the server name.
> I was wondering if there was an option to have it display the database
> name somewhere. The reason I ask is I have two databases on one server
> with very similar tables and so I need to know which database I'm
> writing to/reading from.
> Thanks for letting me know!!
> Robert Cotran, B. Eng.
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