21.3 Branding Tradepoint for Windows
Windows allows you to brand it with your own graphics, logos,
copyright notices and rename the software to your own name for
White Labeling. To do
so you'll want to implement the following interfaces:
has two properties to implement:
implemented this returns the name that you wish to use for the
software. Note: This can still be overridden by the end user in the
Terminal Settings Screen.
CompanyName: This is your
company name for replacing "Tradepoint" with your company
name in the application.
allows you to override the default splash screen and replace it
with your own graphics.
SplashGraphic: This allows
you to supply a System.Drawing.Image to replace the default
background image with your own.
This is the name that you wish to load before all other elements of
the software are loaded. Typically this will be the same name as
the ApplicationName above, however you can provide whatever you
Copyright: This provides
your copyright notice that will appear at the bottom of the Splash
allows you to override the default login screen and replace it with
your own graphics.
Logo: A System.Drawin.Image that
replaces the default background image.
instruction text that should be replaced on the login screen
replacing the default.
allows you to override the default about screen and replace it with
your own graphics and text.
System.Drawin.Image that replaces the default background image.
Copyright: his provides
your copyright notice that will appear at the bottom of the About
provides the following items that you can override for branding
allows you to provide a custom icon for the software in
This is used when customized in the Terminal Services screen.
these interfaces you can quickly and easily replace the default
branding with your own.