Shannon V. OKeets
From: Honolulu, Hawaii
What Eric is doing here is working with 2 computers, one on the left and a second on the right. He is new to WIF, so most of the information being displayed is to help him understand how to move units.
The one on the right he is just using for reference. It shows the Main form in the top left, the help display for the keyboard and mouse commands in the upper right, the help display for what all the unit numbers mean in the lower right, and the help display for the Status Indicators in the lower left. The last are above and on the left of units, indicating when units are disorganized, out of supply, attacking, eligible to move, etc.
The computer on the left has the Main form beneath which is the form to select Action (for Germany), so his game is in the Choose Action phase. The larger form in the bottom right is another help display for unit movement costs, by unit type, by terrain type.
The center screen is the detailed map (of course) with a partially visible Units In Hex form in the upper right. It shows an armor HQ and an armor corps with two fighters. That means the cursor must be in the hex 2 hexes east of Krakow.
Perfection is an elusive goal.