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  1. BuXb

    Hackintool v3.x.x

    wow, thanks @displhehynehym - I 100% second your findings & recommendations! Very thorough analysis!
  2. BuXb

    Can anybody disable Temporal Dither on Mac OS X?

    Any update on this, either generally or (best) specifically for Intel UHD 620?
  3. BuXb

    Good bye Clover-32

    thanks @Slice for your reply. Yes, Win 7 32bit install does contain winload.efi in both, boot.wim and install.esd. I don't have any working Laptop or Netbook with an Atom or similar CPU anymore so I can't do a native test install launched from 32bit EFI. MS does not label it IA32 inside the BCDs, but I am certain it must be. Hm wait - I can boot into Clover on a non-UEFI legacy BIOS. You probably mean "On a computer with 64bit UEFI BIOS, Clover must be 64bit". Allright gotcha - it's just the way it is, so I can simply forget about it and virtualize instead. Thanks for Clover, Slice! Stay healthy!
  4. BuXb

    Good bye Clover-32

    Hi Slice. I 'm stumbling over this old remark of yours because even pure 32bit Windows installers DO contain a winload.efi which from what I learned from both theory and experience is meant for IA32 systems with the CPUs you mentioned in your entry posting, so Windows can be installed on such systems in IA32 EFI mode. That aside, here's what I'd like to know: Clover 64bit can even run on a 64bit legacy (non-UEFI) BIOS computer and "emulate" 64bit UEFI, enabling OS installers and OSes to run in UEFI mode on such legacy BIOSes. What I am wondering is: was there any version of Clover in the past, or could be compiled now ( @Rodion2010 ?), which "launches" into IA32 mode even on a current 64bit UEFI computer with an i5, if necessary with legacy CSM enabled in UEFI BIOS? My goal would be to natively (thus not as VM) launch into a 32bit Windows 7 installation, which I installed in CSM mode to a GPT disk whose partition table I temporarily hybridized to be a synced GPT/ MBR disk to install and run Windows 7 32bit. I had to put the disk back into pure GPT mode for various reasons, and it should stay that way. I can only launch that 32bit OS by converting the disks's partition table to MBR/GPT again (and by keeping CSM mode enabled in BIOS, which is OK for now). If there was a version of IA32 bit Clover that actually launches even on a 64bit UEFI i5 sys, that would be awesome!
  5. SOLVED FOR GOOD: https://tinyapps.org/blog/202005070700_remove_catalina_notification_badge.html
  6. @^GoJo^ : sorry, I'm totally out of this project. All I can do is copy/paste the loader script inside DU:
  7. BuXb

    Hackintool v3.x.x

    hey headkaze, I have a suggestion for the entry posting which looks sad, abandoned as it is. Why don't you delete the entire out-of-date Release Notes section, and (if you have mind to), after each release add the current version after Hackintool, like this: Download Download Hackintool (v.3.1.2) or point to the page where Hackintool gets the latest version from in case you don't want to edit each time?
  8. BuXb

    Hackintool v3.x.x

    I've done that before I posted the screenshot. Something got broken in your code, I'm sure by accident. Simply install some older kext versions (e.g. VoodooiI2C 2.0.3 for 10.13-10.15) and see for yourself
  9. BuXb

    Hackintool v3.x.x

    the red bar on out-of-date kexts has been gone since two or three updates (look at CodecCommander and VoodooI2C):
  10. SleepOnLowBattery (SOLB) by BugsB v.1.2 (2019-12-29).zip What's New: • IMPROVEMENT: Script is now compatible with both, ACPIBatteryManager.kext and SMCBatteryManager.kext
  11. @boris1 modify it to go to hibernate or sleep if it’s idle for a long time: hmm, I'm really neither a bash nor an Applescript Pro, much rather an apprentice in maybe his 2nd year, so I can't answer if or how this is possible in either of the two script languages. You would need to websearch that. I do know however that that is possible with Bernhard Baehr's sleepwatcher command-line binary which you can download on his minimalist homepage. The downside is that it's badly documented, and you'd probably encounter a rather steep learning curve. or the battery is at a higher level, for example 50%?: SleepOnLowBatterySound.scpt: edit if Pct ≤ 10 and Pct > 8 then into if Pct ≤ 50 and Pct > 8 then save PS: congrats on joining T*nyM*c today, making one vulgar but true post, and getting suspended right away. Good some mod there must obviously have read your candid and courageous assessment. The more people speak out the truth the better.
  12. @ all : is this 100% working for you? I still have the darn notifications regularly after wake from sleep!! Looks as if sleepwatcher + a launcher is required ..
  13. SOLVED FOR GOOD (kudos to Miles Wolbe from Maui)! Copy below defaults delete com.apple.preferences.softwareupdate LatestMajorOSSeenByUserBundleIdentifier && softwareupdate --list paste into terminal press enter DONE!
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    AppleALC — dynamic AppleHDA patching

    I've looked at the AppleALC documentation and can find no mention of this feature and can't find any examples of it on-line. How exactly please does that line in info.plist look like?
  15. MAJOR update: 2019-11-15 v. 1.1 • BUG FIX: changed all occurrences of ExternalChargeCapable to ExternalConnected in all Apple Script .scpt files (SleepOnLowBattery.scpt, SleepOnLowBatterySound.scpt, demo.scpt) to restore functionality • IMPROVEMENT: made queries of MaxCapacity and CurrentCapacity more compatible to work with hopefully any system • NEW: added Catalina compatibility to install scripts; verified Mojave compatibility • NEW: Sound script uses voice Allison if installed, otherwise automatically defaults back to another English standard voice (Daniel, Alex or Fred) SleepOnLowBattery (SOLB) by BugsB v.1.1 (2019-11-15).zip @Allan @onemanOSX @TombaFI