Edit popup page-title, e.g. layout and using parameters?

Hey,   I would like to edit the popup page-title (see appended image), e.g. by using (displaying) parameters. Is this possible (now)? (Preferably without using a java action, with which I am unfamiliar. ;)) I fear it is not possible, as I have found several similar posts (both questions and ideas):  https://community.mendix.com/link/questions/87513 https://community.mendix.com/link/ideas/139 https://community.mendix.com/link/ideas/76 https://community.mendix.com/link/questions/2815 https://community.mendix.com/link/questions/15502. I think the 'Dynamic HTML Title'-widget (that is mentioned in one of the posts) only changes the browser page title, not the popup page title. Right?   Second part of my question, assuming parameters won't go in there: how can I make a text-box look perfectly similar to the popup page title, i.e. same font characteristics, the line underneath, and preferably also the cross (close page) in the top right corner? Then I could leave the Page Title field empty, and create my own (perfectly similar, but editable/ stylable) popup page title. Because besides using parameters, I would like to align the popup page title with the second column (see image), so I would put it in a layout grid (3,9), as I have done with the buttons. (In general, allowing for popup page title alignment (left, center, right) might be a nice feature? In most cases I might use center, although an option for custom alignment would of course be even nicer.)   Regards, Joris  
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To get the right classes, I use the browser inspector (F12 - Chrome browser) and inspect the element I want to reproduce.

In this case:

container classes: modal-header window-header 
Text class: text-bold (text-center if you want to center the text)

Remains the question how to hide the original header... <- Anyone?