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  1. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    HideAuxiliary only hides tools that are explicitly marked as Auxiliary = YES. Read the manual please
  2. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    Resolved in master, thank you.
  3. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    Do you use any kind of external UIs or similar stuff? Please ensure that you have them disabled. Include your config.plist please.
  4. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    Recently added audio features are designed to bring screen reading support to both OpenCore (picker menu) and boot.efi (FV2 Login Window on 10.13+). We mostly got it to work with @Andrey1970 using @Goldfish64's AudioDxe driver with some modifications. I will update the documentation as time permits.
  5. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    We think these features are impractical and have no plans for them. In case one needs to debug his configuration, he can always boot from USB and configure on a second computer. If this is not an option, there always is UEFI Shell, which provides easy file management enough not only to rename the files, but also edit their contents. This pretty much covers both the need to choose the configuration manually and the need to set different options. Picker GUI is not really meant to be a Flight Control Console, it is meant to be a way to optionally (as normally you hide it by default) provide an approach to choose an operating system to boot in a simple and intuitive way. Just like Apple BootPicker on a Mac.
  6. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    @MacNB, OpenCore is not starting two times, it is just the way the flow goes, firstly an existing OpenCore instance is looked for, then a new one is allocated on failure. Currently there is no way to redirect early boot text to the log in OpenCore due to not yet loaded configuration. In theory it is possible to store this data to a temporary buffer, but we have not had much need in this so far. Reasonably clean patches implementing this feature is what we can merge though. Release builds should print nothing but warnings and errors (you have a debug build of ApfsImageLoader so you see its prints), this is how we designed OC and all other products. You can check a few pages back for more details on this choice. @telepati, we plan to merge ApfsDriverLoader to OpenCore in the future. For now you have to use it for APFS support.
  7. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    This has already been answered many times, but long story short, we will not make ACPI patches OS-dependent. There are many reasons for them, and there is a good explanation here: .
  8. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    Regarding picker issues, newly added BuiltinTextRenderer may improve the situation (it also supports HiDPI). @1Ale1, RequestBootVarFallback reduces the chance to run into the entry duplication bug. I.e. you may likely not face the bug when you have RequestBootVarFallback enabled if your motherboard is faulty. The bug may still happen even when RequestBootVarFallback is enabled, however. Even if you have both quirks (RequestBootVarRouting and RequestBootVarFallback) disabled you may still trigger the bug, but indeed with both of them off there is little chance it will happen. However, disabling RequestBootVarRouting will break functionality like switching between operating systems, remembering the default operating system, authenticated restart, unattended update installation, and several others.
  9. vit9696

    WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    IGPU? The only thing that affects IGPU performance is the framebuffer id. Most likely your setup is broken, simply, and you do not compare equivalent configurations (i.e. connector-full and connector-less).
  10. vit9696

    WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    It has never worked, as it is a new feature. I guess you could go MacPro/iMacPro way, it might work, but we have not tested it.
  11. vit9696

    WhatEverGreen Support Topic

    Should be shikigva=80, but it is not supported before 10.15, and RX580 drivers have a bug with it at the moment as of 10.15.2. No option for you at this step.
  12. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    We were able to reproduce this. Filed as https://github.com/acidanthera/bugtracker/issues/669. Do not use this controller for now.
  13. vit9696

    VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator

    Clover has been unsupported by us since September. See this: https://github.com/acidanthera/bugtracker/issues/453 We do not intentionally break anything, but you are using it at your own risk with all our products.
  14. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    @Sniki, I do not know anything about it to be honest, but maybe it is a good idea to raise a bugtracker issue.
  15. vit9696

    OpenCore Discussion

    Ugh, of course I meant RequestBootVarFallback. RequestBootVarRouting is needed on all hacks with OpenCore for default boot volume selection to work. Anyway, I guess, we will try to explore this issue and let you know if we find anything.
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