Disable ThinApp Banner/Logo

Discussion in 'Virtualization' started by 皆さんこんにちはマギです, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. 皆さんこんにちはマギです

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    #1 皆さんこんにちはマギです, Sep 17, 2011
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  2. Soulfate

    Soulfate MDL Member

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    You can add .ShowSB=0 in [BuildOptions] in the Package.ini file ;)
     
  3. Stonedd

    Stonedd MDL Novice

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    not working for 4.7.3?

    Thanks for the great work around. This worked on 4.7.2 but I am having trouble in 4.7.3 because there is no 74 19 in line 0002BB0A?
    What am I doing wrong?


     
  4. HORIZONTAL THINKER

    HORIZONTAL THINKER MDL Member

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    I know this is a VERY old thread but would there be a similar fix for VMWare ThinApp Enterprise v5.0.0 Build 1391583.

    Thanks in advance for any help.
     
  5. jellybelly

    jellybelly MDL Member

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  6. HORIZONTAL THINKER

    HORIZONTAL THINKER MDL Member

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    Thanks for the reply jellybelly but that method doesn't work on v5.0.0 Build 1391583 :confused::eek:
     
  7. helfdane

    helfdane MDL Novice

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    The workaround written by Soulfate work with v5.1.0-2079447.
    After you build a virtualized package, go to "Captures\package" folder, which is located usually in VMware ThinApp installation folder, delete bin folder, add .ShowSB=0 under [BuildOptions] in the Package.ini file and run build.bat. The virtualized package is located in bin folder and when you run executable files from there, you'll not have the usual pop-up banner from system tray.
     
  8. Mr Jinje

    Mr Jinje MDL Expert

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    Maybe a little late for the person you are replying to, but useful info nonetheless.