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Changing OSX grey apple loading with appleTV's shiny apple


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Is it even possible? which files are involved?

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I think it won't get that shiny, because the bitmap is using 256 colors, correct me if I'm wrong..

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Yup, it's possible.
On a PowerPC Mac, anyway.
Just borrow the boot image off the aTV and use this program to make a new BootX
http://www.shadowlab...e.php?sign=ImBX
This only works on PPC.

Looks like for once the older Macs have got the snazzy bootloaders ;)

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Your apple to change the image on the darwin bootloader, but no such high quality pictures at the moment

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http://www.dribin.or...ot_image_intel/

Well it seem possible if the image is smaller than 1,376 bytes compressed with RLE. Is there a picture of the logo somewhere?

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thats for boot.efi, im talking bout hackintoshes :rolleyes:





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