Sorry I don't see your data. I see a Layout and Fields List in your screenshot.
But I will guess....
Global fields can be changed by other clients on a Server.From Help...If your file is shared, only the host's changes to global field data are saved. Changes are saved only when the file is closed.Note: There is no "single record" using globals.Jim...
The data is what you would expect to see. This file is hosted by my client. Only he and I have access priviledges and he is not cureently logged in. So i suspect that there is no way for somebody else to be changing the data, even in advertently. Reference to this data in the systems which use it are via the insert>>megre field function. I've checked and as far I as I can see, no other layout has access for data entry.
Am I right in thinking that your 'from help' statement is that you have to be logged in locally at the host to change global fields? ie clinets are unable to change global fields?
Try this discussion which has some nice links by DavidAnders and a drawn out discussion on Globals
But i think this is your answer...
That the HOST is "king" so to speak. So you can't change Globals from a Remote client. Globals are actually treated as "locals" for the client and changes disappear when the client goes down.
The discussion link above may help you solve your issue.
PS: Ignore the field names I used with the small "g" in front, it has a specific meaning to the forum that i was not properly using. It means Storage Option like yours are. I meant it as not stored in the main records.