Don't get me wrong, I really like DbVisualizer Pro. It's an indispensable tool for me.
However, it really irks me that every HTML export that I do (and I do many) has the "Generated by: DbVisualizer Pro" link attached to it.
Usually I hand edit the HTML to remove this because it just feels unprofessional, for me, to provide a detailed database analysis ... which has an advertising plug appended to it. Very distracting.
I supposed I could write a script to easily strip it but I shouldn't have to. I've paid for DbVisualizer so I should be able to turn off the advertising promotion-ware.
I can't find anything in the "Tool Properties" menu which would control the appending of this text. Is there a control in some other location?
In DbVisualizer 10.0.16 you can turn it off by blanking out a field. That can also be saved as default so it only needs to be done once.
Which DbVisualizer version are you using?
Drats... I really should've looked around just a bit more before posting.
As it turns out, selecting the HTML output while exporting a selection changes the bottom section of the dialog box to "Common HTML Settings" where the footer contains the default text "[ Generated by: DbVisualizer Pro version]". This text can be cleared to an empty string. Then there's a "Settings" drop down in the bottom left which allows you to "Save as Default Settings".
I'd delete the post or at least changed the heading title to "[SOLVED] ... " if I could but since I can't, hopefully this might help someone else in the future.
Super! Thanks for the update.
I'm using 10.0.16. I just found the area where I can change the footer, then save those modified settings as the new default settings. I'm a dope. But thanks for the quick reply.