Is there a way to “white label” the on-premise version of Perfectforms?

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    ehuezo
    Keymaster

    Here are the steps that you would execute in order to “white label” the on-premise version of Perfectforms. “White Labeling” is purely removing the Perfectforms logo and name from the Perfectforms login screen as well as the loading screens when forms are being launched or submitted.

    1. Open PerfectForms installation folder. The default path is C:Program FilesPerfectForms.

    2. In the Perfectforms Installation folder, locate and rename the following files accordingly:

    main.swf to main.old

    player.swf to player.old

    0X8E5DF76M.swf to main.swf

    0X8E5DF76P.swf to player.swf

    3. Once this has been done, go to your web browser and clear the cache, to ensure that no traces of the Perfectforms branding is stored.

    You should see immediately, when you log into Perfectforms that our name and logo are no longer visible.

    #4518

    Anonymous

    After doing this, I notice in Windows Explorer and other browsers, that there is a dash before the Form name in the title. I know it’s only a cosmetic issue, but I think it would look better without the dash.

    #4734

    ijobling
    Participant

    From Version 1.14, the above steps are no longer needed.

    As forms are loaded and submitted (and reports as well) in the onpremise version the perfectforms logo will no longer be presented

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