If you are accessing multiple SAP systems in your office or at workplace and opening them up at the same time, furthermore they are too many ? How about if you have 20 branches using different system ID (SID) cross over development, test, and production environment ? Sometimes this multi-system environment drives you to make mistakes which you’d never made under the single system environment .
Identifying them by visual coloring might blow away your confusion . Hope this simple instruction helps your SAP life easier ….
How to setup your GUI colors for current system SID
Open SAP GUI pad and click one of SAP systems
Go to the monitor icon at the top right corner in the menu bar and a drop down list will be shown, then click option. It will get you below popup window
First, you need to choose Theme “SAP Signature Theme” since the other themes either have some limit or don’t have color setting option
If you want to define your own color, go to Visual Design -> Define Customer Colors ( previous versions (<4.70) of SAP GUI might have different menu))
Now create a custom color by adjusting a slide bar in the low right side corner, and click the SAVE AS button and name it
Go to Color Setting -> Colors in System and select one of setting or the one you created at previous step. The selected color is now set for the current system you are logging on.
Shut down all GUI screens including SAP GUI pad and restart SAP GUI, and log on the system you set up your own color to.
Your color is applied as above, Do the same process if you want to configure different theme color by SID (Different system)
SAP Default Colour
SAP Default color is SAP Signature Color and it’s setup for SAP systems that you didn’t set your own colors to, You can change the SAP default color setting by changing color in the option window