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Display Attributes 

For further information about screen element attributes, refer to

General Attributes.

The display attributes comprise the following:

Attribute

Description and Usability Guidelines

Fixed font

Displays input/output fields and text fields in a nonproportional) font. To use Fixed font for output templates, you must also have defined the element as an output only field.

Usability note: Do not set this attribute, since fixed fonts are more difficult to read than proportional fonts.

Bright

Highlights an element.

Usability note: Do not set this attribute for more than 10% of the information on a screen.

Invisible

Set this attribute if you want the element to be invisible.

2-dimensional

Displays elements without the three-dimensional shading that normally appears around the element border. This field is automatically set when you use an icon.

Usability note: Do not set this attribute, since field display is automatically optimized by the system.

As label left

This attribute is used for text fields and input/output fields that are only used for display purposes (Input field attribute not set).
If this attribute is set, the text field is linked to the screen element on its right in the same line. At runtime, the text field appears as a label for that screen element, that is, it appears to the left of the screen element.
If a field has an ABAP Dictionary reference, this attribute is preset. .

As label right

This attribute is used for text fields and input/output fields that are only used for display purposes (Input field attribute not set).
If this attribute is set, the text field is linked to the screen element on its left in the same line. At runtime, the text field appears as a label for that screen element, that is, it appears to the right of the screen element.

Double-Click sensitive

Makes a screen element double-click sensitive (hotspot).
You can only set this attribute for text fields and input/output fields.
If you set this attribute, double-clicking the element at runtime triggers an action.

   

The Reverse video, Blinking and Underlined attributes, as well as an individual color scheme for each element (all available in R/2), are not supported in R/3. The color scheme is now defined for the system as a whole.