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I have received a request on how to keep the old start screen during the update.

So instead of the woman in the yoga seat, the previous appearance.

This is relatively easy if you know the structure of the software.

The screen contents are stored in a .dll file, more precisely in the "metahunter.dll".

You can find this file in the following directory structure:

.... \ metahunter \

or the right mouse button on the Metahunter icon and then open the file path.

If you save this .dll before installing the new Meta Hunter and replace it with the old, saved version of the metahunter.dll after the update, you have the functions of the new Hunter, but the appearance of the old Hunter.

If you have not saved this .dll, we can also send it to you, or install and change it via remote maintenance.




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