Is it possible to omit the babylon.js logo during loading with none or a custom logo? In other words, that it is not displayed like in three.js where its not hard-coded.
I have seen hacks around that display a custom logo but nonetheless the babylon logo is decisively visible during the initial loading.
The question has been asked before but I was not able to find a decisive answer hence asked this hoping for one.
With that said, I am crediting the engine elsewhere in the page.
Have you checked the custom loading screen documentation: Creating Custom Loading Screens | Babylon.js Documentation
Yes and it pertains to “I have seen hacks around that display a custom logo but nonetheless the babylon logo is decisively visible during the initial loading.” as ‘scene is currently loading’ text is displayed for a very short time after the babylon js logo. It really does not omit the engine loading logo.
const loadingScreen = document.getElementById('loading-screen')
And then show in this DOM element anything you want.
Example - Yuka | State-driven Agent Design
@musk Thanks, this is it.
@labris Thanks too, this is very useful for actually displaying custom load screen.