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can you tell me who sent you the theme creator?
you can't remove the token selection list - if you did, there would be no way to logon if the user canceled out of the login box.
send me your background bitmap and I'll throw it through the theme creator for you.
I talked to our sales rep at Mcafee and he sent it to me.
Do you have an email address that I can send the images to? Also, I'll tell you my rep's name in the email (didn't want to broadcast his info).
Also, I think that would be okay to remove the text - I don't see any reason why a user would "cancel" out of the login screen anyway so that scenario shouldn't come up. If they did cancel out, couldn't they just reboot and get the login screen again?
Thanks for your help with this!
about all I can suggest re the token selection box is to move it off the screen, but I'm not even sure that's possible.
how about putting it under the login box?
A manual work around
Open the Graphics.ini for your theme
Under each screen resolution modify the section TokenSelect
Prompt.Rect is the dimensions/location for the "select token to"
TokenList.Rect is the frame which contains the button pad you describe
You can resize or reposition within the boundaries defined by Window.Rect=
To effectively hide the components reduce their size to 1 pixel.
From my own experiments you can't remove the component entirely as it reverts to a default.
Use the standard update method to update the fileset.
I would not recommend hiding the token select. I have kept it in so that some clients can use smartcards for two factor authentication and also to avoid a restart for user recovery for password tokens. I repositioned it to be aligned on the left of the screen and looks good.
I am envious as couldn't get a copy of the theme creator.
if you ever have to call support - PLEASE tell them you did this as it will confuse the hell out of them if the token list has vanished..