dbsoft wrote: ↑
I am not sure how geolocation works, I probably didn't change that key... where do I get a key of my own for that?
What branding did you base yours on? I'm assuming you made a copy then edited as-needed.
If it's unofficial branding: you're good as no API keys are included for it.
Please be aware that is MPL licensed and you need to publish any changes to those files unless you replaced files with your own from scratch.
If it's one of the official branding ones: They are not open source licensed (see the various text files to that effect in /branding) and you'll have to create your own. Fine to use official branding as inspiration of course but you can't just copy and edit in that case.
Primarily the prefs files include geo.wifi.uri
with an API key in official branding and update certificate definitions that you should not be using.
You aren't allowed to use that key. If you want to use geolocation in white star you can use the public (non-TLS) version of the URI without a key or register on IP-API.com and get a pro account to get your own key for TLS use.
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