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Configure Workspace Attributes Dialog Box

How do I get to this dialog box?
  1. Open the Workspace Settings dialog box.

    The steps depend on your user interface mode.

    User Interface Mode Steps
    Ribbon On the File menu or the Reflection button (if using the Office 2007 Look and Feel), choose Reflection Workspace Settings.
    Reflection Browser On the Reflection menu, choose Settings and then Reflection Workspace Settings.
    TouchUx Tap the Gear icon and then select Reflection Workspace Settings.
  2. Under Workspace Settings, select Configure Workspace Attributes.

You can configure options for logging, running remote sessions, and displaying Help. You can also specify the user data directory, in which session documents and other related files are saved.


Setting Description
Enable event logging Select to send error information to the Windows logging service. When event logging is enabled, this information is saved in the Workspace.log file in the logs folder under the user data directory (by default, this is %userprofile%\Documents\Micro Focus\Reflection\logs). If centralized management is enabled, its error information is saved in the CentralizedManagement.log file in the same location.
Enable HLLAPI logging Select to enable HLLAPI logging to the specified file.

Remote Sessions

Setting Description
Optimize Citrix and WTS sessions Select to turn off cursor blinking and disable the splash screen when running Reflection under Citrix or WTS.
Note: This setting is ignored if you are not running under Citrix or WTS.

Help System

Setting Description
When displaying help Specify whether to use the product Help as it appears on the Micro Focus Web site or the Help installed on your local computer. If the Help system you specify is not available, Reflection will use the other one.


Setting Description
Default user data directory Type the path for the default directory in which session and other documents are saved, or click Browse to locate it. All Open and Save As dialog boxes default to this directory (including, for example, screen history and scratch pad files).
Note: To reopen the file later, it must be saved in a trusted location.
Default Extra! directory Type or browse to the default directory in which to save Extra! macros or other files, such as quickpads.