If I open a new workspace in Eclipse, it shows me the default ‘Welcome’ view:
I can close that ‘welcome’ view, and I can get it back again with a menu item:
Additionally there is an option to control it on the right lower corner of the view:
The NXP MCUXpresso IDE is Neon based too, and shows a different view:
As this is a HTML page, I even could change with my content e.g. to point custom information.
To disable that view, there is an option for it under Window > Preferences > MCUXpresso IDE > General:
Whenever I start Eclipse, it shows a ‘splash screen’ like the one for Eclipse Neon.3:
To disable that splash screen, I can add the option
to the Eclipse startup command line:
Or I can change the –showsplash to -nosplash from the eclipse.ini (located in the same folder as the eclipse executable):
Changing the startup (splash) screen or the welcome view in Eclipse is only a matter to find the correct option.
Happy SplashWelcoming 🙂
I’m tried to change the startupProgressRect property at plugin.xml to fit my own splash image, but failed. Have you try it before(´･_･`)?
I have not done that as I did not needed my own splash screen. You would have to build that plugin, changing the XML alone to my knowledge is not enough.