I'll add a button to fix this in an update!
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You may have still had it running when uninstalling it. Worst case scenario, you can just quit the program, go to whatever folder you installed it in (by default C:\Program Files (x86)\Samperson\Desktop Meadow) and delete it :)
It's not a virus, I just don't have a code-signing certificate yet.
It's easy to uninstall. Just go to the 'uninstall a program' menu in Windows, and uninstall it after quitting it.
There's also an 'uninstall' executable in the folder you install it into.
If you still can't get rid of it after looking at all of these, there's something up on your end and you can hop into my Discord in #meadow-support to get some help!
It's not a virus, I just don't have a code-signing certificate yet. It's easy to uninstall. Just go to the 'uninstall a program' menu in Windows, and uninstall it. *After quitting it.
There's also an 'uninstall' executable in the folder it gets installed into.
I maybe get why it might trip up a virus scanner though - I'm doing weird windows stuff. If you want to send me your version zip/scanner log, I'm curious what specifically is setting that off, and my communication channels are always open!
I appreciate your concern! I know this might not mean much coming from me, so check all the people running it in the tweet thread like this. It's actually super-safe. Everything is contained within the program, the goose doesn't mess with your files, and there's certainly no machine learning for the goose?
Though maybe that's a next step for the goose AI.
Not sure what virus scanner that is.