I see you removed my previous thread where I and others complained about the intrusive in-your-face logo tile that started appearing in every set of thumbnails with the release of ver 184.108.40.206. You can remove this thread too, if you find it so irritating, but it won't avert the fact that you probably made a very bad business decision that could ultimately undo all the gains you made in getting VTM recognized and widely used.
If you don't believe me, just check out some of the popular forums where video thumbnails are used to preview download links. Almost no one is using VTM ver 220.127.116.11 or later. In fact, in the last 3 weeks I've only seen 2 posts out of at least 500 new posts where the poster did. Everyone else is sticking with older versions of VTM (if they still have them) or has gone back to using Media Player Classic or other thumbnail makers. I predict that if you don't quickly go back to identifying VTM only in the title bar, it won't be long before some other program takes VTM's place and you'll be back to square one.
I made the same dire predictions about Apple Computers, when it tried to keep all software development and peripheral hardware in-house, and also about Sony's Beta video tape format when they wouldn't license it except at exhorbitant rates. Those companies, and hundreds of others like them, chose to ignore their critics and ultimately paid the price. Sadly, the best products are often undone by stupid business decisions and marketing strategies.