Appgini showing everywhere

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bambinou
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Appgini showing everywhere

Post by bambinou » 2017-04-13 11:24

Hello,

I tried to sell one of my app to a client but upon buying my package and installing his app he was confused because he could see appgini logo on the install screen + twitter and other app gini related links here and there. Would it be possible to have a new button in the app menu that removes all of this and let us upload our own logo please?

Thank you.

grimblefritz
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Re: Appgini showing everywhere

Post by grimblefritz » 2017-04-13 13:31

Everywhere?

The only instances in my app are in the admin area.

The 'AppGini Community Forum' option at the bottom of the Utilities menu.

The 'Hide Twitter feed in admin homepage?' option in the Admin Settings (which, of course, if checked will hide the twitter feed in the admin page.)

Neither of these is that difficult to remove.

I don't have the issue on the login page as I followed the process from the Udemy course and customized the backgrounds etc.

I agree, however, that it would be a great convenience to have a "Generate app for resale" option.

bambinou
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Re: Appgini showing everywhere

Post by bambinou » 2017-04-21 10:16

Yes in a lot of files.
The reason you have not found them is because you have not looked well enough in your app.

Download a software called "Fileseeker" then in the search type "appgini".

You will find this:
// This script and data application were generated by AppGini 5.xx

In a lot of files, 251 in total.

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Re: Appgini showing everywhere

Post by grimblefritz » 2017-04-21 12:44

I thought you were talking about references visible while the app is running. In the comments, yes, that would be present in just about every file generated by AG.

Of course, the various libraries they will contain their own branding.

Personally, I wouldn't worry about the internal branding comments. But, if you really want to strip it out and are running the app on a linux host where you have shell access, it would be a trivial matter to alter those comment lines.

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