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I'm currently using the i Projects perspective and I thinks is a great feature ! Sometimes it can be confusing to know if I'm editing the local source member or the remote member, and it can be easy to lose all my work. I wish that when working on the IBM i projects perspective and if I open a member from the remote system explorer, something clearly identify that file as remote.
I know that when I upload the changes a message appear saying that the remote file is different and ask if I wanna replace, but it can be nice to have something that differentiate from the remote member from the local. It can be as simple as changing the icon used on the tab title of the LPEX editor depending if the file is local or remote, or simply putting something like "(remote member)" and "(local member)" on the tab title.
The user open a remote member. The LPEX editor shows on the tab title a different icon or a message saying that it is a remote member. The user open a member from the i project perspective. The LPEX editor clearly differentiate this member as la local member.
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