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3:12About Project Properties
2:04About Client Updates
2:08Using Touchscreen Mode
1:34Setting up Client Auto Login
1:43Setting up Mobile Auto Login
1:59Setting Client Minimum Size
1:38Hiding Client Menu Bar
1:49Customizing Client Login Screen
0:52Setting Project Polling Base Rate
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Customizing Client Login Screen
The information shown on the Client Login screen can be modified in the Project Properties window. The description, image, and text field names on the login screen can all be changed.
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[00:00] Ignition's client login screen can be modified in a couple of ways, namely, the username, password and login text, and the information up at the top left corner of the screen. To do this, we're going to go into our Designer, and into the Project, Properties screen, and, under Client, Login, you can see, here's all the information that we can fill in. Now, for my Welcome message, I can say something like, "Welcome to the best project you've ever seen". I can grab some Welcome image from our Image Library. I'm going to go into our Builtin, and then to Icons, to our 48 by 48, and grab one of these pictures, here. For my Username Text, I'm going to change it to, "Enter your Username". And the same for the password. And "Click to Login". In addition to that, I will show the locale selector, which means that if you have any different locale set-up, you can choose many different languages. And now that I have all that, I'm going to hit Okay, and I'm going to Save my project. And if I open up a new client, here, then it will take me into the new login screen. And there we are. Our new image, the new text, including the html that we've pasted in there, and the new information on your username, password and login button.