[Seaside] Text in Header

Brad Fuller brad at sonaural.com
Thu Oct 19 01:13:57 UTC 2006

Keith Hodges wrote:
> Brad Fuller wrote:
>> Keith Hodges wrote:
>>> Brad Fuller wrote:
>>>> (I sent this to the smallwiki at iam.unibe.ch mailing list but it never
>>>> showed up in my email. Don't know if the server is down.)
>>>> Is there a way to easily change the text in the header of Pier to
>>>> something different than the object created? When editing the
>>>> environment/header I just receive the option to change the component
>>>> type and it's name. Obviously, the concept is lost on me.
>>>> brad
>>> Dear Brad,
>>> the text that appears in the header of Pier is the name of the kernel
>>> that you are currently serving. Therefore the easiest way to change
>>> the text is to change the name of the kernel.
>>> If you are by any chance using my latest versions from the pier
>>> repository then I have provided a Control Panel in which you can
>>> rename kernels from the seaside ui.
>>> The control panel appears as a link 'pier' in the dispatcher
>>> configuration editor /seaside/config i.e. 'pier   configure remove
>>> pier'
>>> If you are not using my latest versions, and you are not using
>>> PRMagmaPersistency then the code to rename a kernel is:
>>> (PRKernel instanceNamed: 'oldname') name: 'newName'
>> Thanks Keith, that control panel could come in handy.
>> For me, I think the text in the header should be separate from the
>> kernel name. I followed Lukas's old email advice and changed the
> Agreed. This is the kind of configuration that I think could be moved
> into the environment.
> I cheated I just replaced the entire header widget with a picture.
Can you tell me what you did exactly? That sounds like something I could

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