When I use Fedora Silverblue, I utilize the Toolbox utility frequently, and often find myself inside a Toolbox container instead of my host environment. GNOME Console already has functionality for recoloring the headerbar when you access something as root or use a remote system. I think it would be useful if Console also got a differently colored headerbar when the user is inside a container, as that would make it even clearer that you are not just accessing the regular host system as a normal user.
Some potential, valid arguments against this:
When a user is inside a toolbox container, a violet diamond shape is added to the terminal prompt, so indication already exists.
Mistakenly entering a command in a toolbox isn’t as potentially dangerous/destructive as mistakenly doing it in a remote host system or as root.
What do you think? Does this sound useful? Is it possible at all?