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    scj312 got a reaction from Mieze in IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN   
    FWIW, I was able to compile 2.5.0d0 with Xcode 9.x for usage on High Sierra. Make sure the target is 10.13, not 10.14. I believe the ZIP posted earlier in the thread is for Mojave only.
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    scj312 got a reaction from Allan in Site Issues   
    Just wanted to post a comment here that the site has been working very well for me recently, and after all of the issues earlier this year I am sure it has been a significant amount of work, so I just wanted to say thank you to the staff!  
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    scj312 got a reaction from foskvs in Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)   
    Usually this means you don't have working NVRAM.
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    scj312 reacted to Badruzeus in ‘There’s more in the making’ - October 30th   
    I don't need them personally, nor even gonna buy one; except as a free gift hah haa.. I'll give them Applause if there's announcement; "Ladies & Gentlemen; Apple are welcoming Nvidia back. We're still a romantic couple for years. Let's move on!" (trust me, I was drunk).
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    scj312 got a reaction from asdesoso in macOS Mojave - It's out!   
    Font smoothing was tweaked between beta 1 and GM and it is not as bad as it was originally. Also, the font smoothing option in System Preferences - General can now be used to make it less bold.
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    scj312 reacted to Pavo in VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator   
    Messages works because of working nvram, not FakeSMC or VirtualSMC.
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    scj312 got a reaction from Matgen84 in VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator   
    Are model and serial number still read from the same values in Clover config.plist with VirtualSMC? Meaning, external factors aside, I should be able to swap FakeSMC with VirtualSMC and not break iMessage etc?
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    scj312 got a reaction from Matgen84 in VirtualSMC — SMC Emulator   
    Are model and serial number still read from the same values in Clover config.plist with VirtualSMC? Meaning, external factors aside, I should be able to swap FakeSMC with VirtualSMC and not break iMessage etc?
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    scj312 reacted to Poco in We are back! With a new style and many others features.   
    By default they are like that IIRC, but our theme repositioned them. Not a bad change, might need to tone down the green a bit so it isn't overpowering, so I'll add it to the todo list
     
    Updated the line-height!
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    scj312 got a reaction from v.osypets in IntelMausiEthernet.kext for Intel onboard LAN   
    I got a similar KP recently to the ones posted here. I wonder if 10.13.6 has an issue because the driver has been flawless for me except for this one recent KP.
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    scj312 reacted to Poco in We are back! With a new style and many others features.   
    We could try reducing the line spacing a little bit, the content does get too much spacing, especially the signatures
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    scj312 reacted to Poco in Site Issues   
    We will be moving to a new host soon
     
    TBA when...
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    scj312 reacted to Poco in Site Update   
    To all in the InsanelyMac community,
     
    It's been a long time since we last posted an update on how the site is doing and where we are going. Recently you may have noticed numerous site changes that appeared poorly executed with little to no advance notice. Our success depends on the community, so I apologize for the lack of communication on our part and hope this will clear things up
     
    What happened
     
    Over the past year the site has been largely ticking along, with no substantial involvement from the administrators or technical team (myself included - I recently took a long unplanned leave). Our supervisors @Allan and @fantomas1 have done an excellent job coping with the situation as well as our moderating team. I am extremely thankful to have such a dedicated team who pushed forward regardless
     
    For several years now we were planning on updating the site to the latest version of the Invision Community software, but always ran into time constraints with the theme, add-ons, and server configuration. The theme you see now was developed 2 years ago but not put online until this year. Every time we tried to put together the update there was always some issue that set us back and hurt our motivation. About a year ago now I had to leave unexpectedly which resulted in even more slowdowns and the update was essentially put indefinitely on hold
     
    As some of you know, the site is owned by Fubra, an internet company based in the UK, but run by people like myself who are part of the community. Typically they are responsible for the hardware, while the community takes charge of the software. With the administration largely absent, the forum software was growing very old and badly needed an update. Fubra decided for security reasons it was best to perform the update as soon as possible, which left us uncoordinated and flat footed
     
    Over the past 2 months I have tried to spend more time applying fixes and reporting issues to the owners, but my personal life has been quite hectic recently and gotten in the way. This has unfortunately resulted in a bit of back-and-forth with themes, fixes, and general site performance. I has a chat with them last week and we are now much better coordinated and can push forward together
     
    Where we are now
     
    This morning I reset the theme for all members onto the new InsanelyMac theme, so this completes the bulk of update work! Compared to last year we now have:
    Latest Invision Community software HTTPS (!) High resolution support/new theme This is a vast improvement over the previous setup, and I hope this is a good start for more things to come
     
    Where we want to go
     
    All this said, we still have a long way to go before the site is where we want it to be both content and performance wise. I would love to have some feedback from you guys, so if you have any suggestions then let us know!
     
    Chat
     
    The old IRC chat is still online (irc://irc.insanelymac.com, http://chat.insanelymac.com:8080/), but currently inaccessible through the chat page. This time around we are open to either improving/re-integrating our IRC channel, or using a different system. This really depends both on the feasibility as well as feedback from the community
     
     
    Hardware database
     
    A long planned feature has always been the HWDB, a wiki-like idea that allows us to collect information about various hardware and how it performs on the various macOS versions. Feature-wise this would allow you to
    Post hardware and the steps for configuration Discover supported/unsupported hardware Put together "computers" for your profile/signature etc. This is probably an endless project, but I hope it turns out to be useful
     
    Team
     
    Our team works tirelessly to provide a great site experience, but is still in need of a big refresh! We used to recruit on a yearly basis, but have been a bit behind on this. If you are an active member and have an interest in helping out, send a line to our of our supervisors for more info
     
    Cleanup
     
    There are a few cleanup issues with the theme, site configuration, and addons that were disabled with the update. If you notice anything that needs changing let us know!
     
     
     
    Performance
     
    The site performance has been subpar recently, and we'd really like to change this. At the moment we're in discussions with the owners to figure out a plan as to what's possible, and I hope to have something soon enough
     
     
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    scj312 reacted to bronxteck in Clover General discussion   
    did sourceforge wipe out clover repository? https://sourceforge.net/p/cloverefiboot/code/ it shows No (more) commits
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    scj312 got a reaction from gagaraz in Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)   
    Works great on my Skylake system. Thanks @vit9696!
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    scj312 reacted to nikitenich in Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)   
    In latest NvidiaGraphicsFixup added interface lag solution in High Sierra for Nvidia cards (Kepler+).
    Tested on GTX780,  GTX980 and GTX1080.
    Thanks to @vit9696
    1.2.5-rel-m1.zip
    Build with commit #7659235 here.
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    scj312 got a reaction from d5aqoep in Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)   
    Lag seems to be limited to Skylake systems and newer based on everything we've seen so far.
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    scj312 got a reaction from TheBloke in We are back! With a new style and many others features.   
    Great job getting things updated, I know it's a lot of work and IPS isn't always forgiving! Suggestion: Could the padding around signatures and the heart button, and the line height within signatures, be reduced to be more in line with the previous site? It really makes topics a lot harder to read than previously.
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    scj312 got a reaction from mnfesq in [pre-release] macOS High Sierra 10.13.4   
    My real Mac had this happen as well, about 4 reboots. Part of it was installing a firmware update.
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    scj312 reacted to piiggggg in Nvidia Web Driver updates for macOS High Sierra (UPDATE Dec 12, 2019)   
    https://images.nvidia.com/mac/pkg/378/WebDriver-378.10.10.10.20.107.pkg
     
    It's out now for macOS 10.13.1, update macOS first then update this 
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    scj312 got a reaction from Badruzeus in Clover General discussion   
    I've noticed this as well, it seems to make the menu go very wide if I first access the main config menu before accessing the spacebar kext inject menu. I'm on r4243 (and EFI not legacy).
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    scj312 reacted to DanMcQ in IOGraphicsAccelerator2 Sierra Lag   
    I was able to find a solution on another forum. The issue appears to be related to iCloud Photos. The fix that has been working for me involved disabling the 'mediaanalysis' daemon. To do so, run the following command:
    sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchAgents/com.apple.mediaanalysisd.plist Simply deleting the 'com.apple.mediaanalysisd.plist' will also do the trick. Hope this helps.
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    scj312 reacted to Sherlocks in Clover General discussion   
    latest driver use "VRAM.totalMB" and "VRAM,totalsize". i checked 1060 ioreg, <ff 17 00 00> = 6143
     
    previous use "VRAM,totalsize"
     
    maybe need to add code in clover
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    scj312 reacted to RehabMan in Patch for using NVMe under macOS Sierra is ready.   
    Note: Added NVMe_patches_10_12_5.plist for 10.12.5 support.
    The patches are the same as for 10.12.4... just the md5 sums changed.
    https://github.com/RehabMan/patch-nvme
     
    (added for latest security update in 10.11.6 too)
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    scj312 reacted to burkett375 in Dual Monitors and Pascal   
    Woohoo!!! They fixed it!!
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