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We have both development & production versions of CRM 3.0. As new admin for this product, I'd like to visually distingush between the two versions by appending the browser title with " - Development" and, or, change the default application skin color to something other than the default (blue) for the Dev version.
Question: Where in the GUI can I accomplish this task?
Thank you in advance for any guidance or advice you can provide.
Ed in Tampa
changing the style of CRM with colors or logo is still unsupported as per Microsoft clarification
I am in the same boat.
I don't care if it is unsupported. Is there some small way I can distinguish between the two besides url?
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