Hopefully this will be a thread where eSignal users can post problems, quirks, etc. and get some help from other ET'rs or eSignal tech support. I have a continual annoyance with eSignal studies where the name of the study displays in the upper left of the study, and if the study allows editing follows the name with the user-selected information and sometimes odd information that I never selected. For instance, there is a CCI study that adds this to the upper left of the study: CCI(14,HLC/3,35723,16760992) I'm sure it's done to always show the user what the study is along with its settings, but since I see the same study day in and day out I know what the study is. And the strange thing is it doesn't matter if I modify the code so that setStudyTitle is ("CCI") or (" CCI "), nor that I have the "14" hard-coded, nor that the method of computation (HLC/3) is hard-coded, etc. In other words, it seems random, sometimes it displays the above, sometimes it only displays CCI, sometimes it displays nothing. Usually it displays the longest lines that are most annoying when I edit the study (by right-clicking and selecting Edit Studies) but even then it's random, sometimes displaying, sometimes not. I would be happy to edit the EFS code if someone knows how to accomplish any of the following: 1. display absolutely nothing in the upper left of the study (this is my first choice) 2. display the study name but without all the added garbage to the right of it If there are any EFS coders out there who could explain how to prevent the items appearing in the parenthesis following the study name I'd appreciate it. And eliminating any and all characters from ever displaying would be even better. Thanks.