SolidWorks 2016 SP1.0 Win7
When you launch SW 2016, and there is nothing open, you see the “DS SOLIDWORKS 2016” on your screen “desktop”.
How do I change that “desktop"?
The just opened 2016 is so starkly white, it actually hurts my eyes. I know I can just open a drawing or part. I shouldn't have to. I would like to change that picture.
Just for clarity sake, attached is a picture of my 2 monitors. On the left is SW2016. On the right is SW2015. There are no prt/asm/drw opened on either.
How can I make the left monitor look like (color wise) the right monitor (or preferably place my own company logo there or a picture of my kid)?
I assume that the desktop image is a bitmap/jpg/other file located somewhere and referenced to load from somewhere.
Can you track down the name/location/property requirements (so I can make a replacement file) of the bitmap/jpg/other file?
Can you track down where the file is called?
Is there a registry key or some other accessible call?
Can my request be fulfilled by simply replacing the bitmap/jpg/other file with a bitmap/jpg/other file of my own?
I know there is SPR 912071 that will be implemented in 2016 SP2.0. That will be a help, but doesn't go quite far enough.
Any help is greatly appreciated.