- Can we hide the “Protection recommended” message displayed at the right bottom corner of XVL Player?
Yes, you can do so with XVL Signer. Simply check No Signature String when signing the file. This is the only way to remove the “Protection recommended” message.
- How can I set my XVL file to read-only?
You can use the Access Limit option of XVL Signer to prevent editing a file. With the Access Limit option, you can set different groups with different levels of accessbility. For example, while one group of people can access an XVL file with read-only, another group of people can fully edit that file.
- My XVL file has expired. Can I get it back?
No. It is not possible to access expired XVL files. Even Lattice Technology cannot recover an expired XVL file.
- Even though I tried to execute the command line version of XVL Signer, I always see a GUI screen.
- xvlsign.exe is executed from a command prompt.
Don’t run xvlsign.exe, which is the GUI version of XVL Signer. Instead run “signxvl.exe”, which is in the same folder as xvlsign.exe.