I want to have different background colors for my query windows in SQL 2008 based on the server and/or database I'm connected to in that window.
For instance I have 3 environments: Prod, DEV and test.
If I'm connected to prod, I'd like the background to be white, when in dev I'd like the background to be light blue and when in test I'd like the background to be light green.
Managing different connections in the same window can be confusing for some.
If the above is not possible, any other suggestions for differentiating between multiple connections?
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