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About SoThOr

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  1. Clover General discussion

    GUI/Hide will be able to do what you want. If it doesn't then have a look at GUI/Custom/Entries.
  2. Clover General discussion

    Oh sorry. Yes HideEntries has been replaced by custom entries. I thought you were referring to GUI / Hide where you can hide volumes using the VolumeName/DevicePath. Swapped badges, meaning drive icons are bigger than OS icons? If so you may need to make/find a vol_recovery.icns to use for Recovery.
  3. Clover General discussion

    Some of what HideEntries does you are now able to do with Custom Entries. I think still has its uses though. If you dont want to use HideEntries you can use this in GUI / Custom / Entries: <dict> <key>Type</key> <string>OSXRecovery</string> <key>Hidden</key> <true/> </dict> You could also change the icon here too. Using Image/ImageData and/or DriveImage/DriveImageData. Different themes have different looking icons. Both standard OSX and Recovery will use the icon for the version of OSX they are (os_lion.icns, os_cougar.icns, os_mav.icns etc) but have different Drive icons (vol_internal_hfs.icns and vol_recovery.icns respectively) however they will fall back to using the same icon (vol_internal.icns) if the theme does not have a separate file for them to use.
  4. Clover General discussion

    The default path for config.plist is "\EFI\CLOVER\config.plist". If you are trying to set up UEFI booting for the first time then it may be a good idea to get CloverEFI (legacy) to work first. That way you separate issues related to configuration and issues related to your UEFI firmware.
  5. Clover General discussion

    Any chance you could share a boot.log (or preboot.log)? It is difficult to know what the problem is otherwise.
  6. Clover General discussion

    Okay, I just wasn't sure if it was just an attempt to fix the issue with the wrong Volume icon or not. So was just making sure. You have checked everything out so all is good You are right there isn't much harm in doing it like that. I'm just a bit of a perfectionist and don't want to make any assumptions we don't have to.
  7. Clover General discussion

    Yes this was due to me separating legacy and uefi loader types. Should be fixed in r2222. @Pene I'm not sure I like r2220. It assumes too much about the case where SystemVersion.plist is not found and com.apple.recovery.boot\boot.efi is found. It might have been the issue I just fixed(r2222) that was the problem? Maybe if we can't find the the SystemVersion.plist we should use the detection code from main.c:StartLoader(...)?(which you wrote right?) I think we would need to pass LOADER_ENTRY instead of REFIT_VOLUME though. That way we don't have to check all the different paths we can just use Entry->LoaderPath as the boot file to scan for version. It would also reduce the number of places we look for OSversion .