Changing the Logo
Modifying the application logo can be as simple as copying the new logo image and telling Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ application where it is located:
1. Create a folder called "BrandingFiles", if it doesn't exist yet, under the folder web located inside the Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ installation directory.
(e.g.: C:/Program Files/Thinfinity® VirtualUI™/web)
2. Copy your own logo image file to the "BrandingFiles" folder.
3. Create the WebAliases.ini file and configure it:
a. Create a file called "WebAliases.ini" in the installation directory (e.g.: C:/Program Files/Thinfinity® VirtualUI™/bin32/WebAliases.ini or C:/Program Files/Thinfinity® VirtualUI™/bin64/WebAliases.ini, depending on your version ). If the file already exists, only append the lines to it.
b. Configure the redirection of the logo files you want to substitute, following the two examples below (Thinfinity_Virtual_UI_150.png.png and favicon.ico):
[Alias]
;=================
;Main logo
;=================
/images/Thinfinity_Virtual_UI_150.png.png=BrandingFiles\MyLogo.png
;=================
;Favicon
;=================
/favicon.ico=BrandingFiles\MyFavicon.ico
c. Save it.
4. Open the application to see the changes.
Bear in Mind:
a. Any line in the "WebAliases.ini" file starting with a semicolon will not be considered by the application. It can be used to leave comments in the file.
b. You can substitute any interface image or file, by following the same steps described above.
c. Sometimes the favicon is not shown right the way, because the browser keeps history of the images. In that case, you should clean the browser cache before trying out the changes.

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