Click on "Editor" in the menu bar and you have the following options:  

License information

To get information about your currently used license, click on "Editor" --> “License info” in the menu bar of the QuickHMI Editor.

This will open the window "License info", with all information's about the used license.

Here you also have the option to change licenses, with click on the corresponding button.

Because the license is tied to the current hardware signature of the device when it is activated, it is necessary to deactivate

the license on the current system before the hardware will change or before installing QuickHMI on another computer.

So, the license can then be reactivated on the new system without any problems.

To change or deactivate licenses, the opened project must first be closed.

>> Activation of licenses

Save & Load

Here you can save the created layout to reload it later.

Factory settings (standard layout)

If you have made significant modifications to the layout to suit your needs, it may be necessary or practical to restore the standard layout.

This way, you have immediate access to all Editor windows.


Here, you can reopen any windows you closed earlier to use the space for another purpose.

For instance, if you close the “Layers” window, you can restore the layers window in the Editor under “Window”.

Log messages from the editor are logged in the designated “messages” window.

The QuickHMI Server and the QuickHMI Runtime Manager (Parts of the QuickHMI Standalone Runtime) are logging to their respective files which are in the following directories:


  • Server: %PROGRAMDATA%\QuickHMI\QuickHMI Server Gazelle\logs\server
  • RuntimeManager: %PROGRAMDATA%\QuickHMI\QuickHMI Server Gazelle\logs\rm


  • Server: /usr/share/QuickHMI/QuickHMI Server Gazelle/logs/server
  • RuntimeManager: /usr/share/QuickHMI/QuickHMI Server Gazelle/logs/rm


Select the desired language and restart the editor for the settings to take effect.


From QuickHMI Gazelle version, you can easily switch between the normal mode and a dark mode here.