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I didn't like the new ralink menu bar icon for my RT2870 USB Wireless Driver... so I replaced it with something else Replace WirelessUtility>Contents>Resources>ralink2.gif With the new icon. If you can't be sure to close the program with the ActivityMonitor first and after you replaced the icon start the program up again to see the change. Greets, Niels
Hi bros! I personally find Boom 2 a great equaliser, that has helped my computer achieve full sound potential, and it also helped my low volume microphone problem. My only complaint, which is a very little one, is that the icon is very ugly. I have successfully changed the AppIcon, just like with any other app, but Boom2 seems to have different twist to it than most of the apps. It seems like it stores the menubar icons that it uses in a different location than most apps do. Normally these are revealed by right clicking the app, click Show Package Contents, then you go to /ApplicationName.app/Contents/Resources There you can normally find active.png, inactive.png, highlight active.png and highlighted.png, which are the files the given application uses to be displayed in the Mac OSX Menu Bar. Boom2 doesn’t work like this, and I can’t find the menubar icons that it uses, so I could replace them with better looking ones. Where should I be looking? I am open to trying any suggestion given! Thanks in advance!
Hi everyone, I'm using the latest ACPIBatteryManager on 10.13.2 from Rehabman. I built from latest source with latest SDK to fix the issue that battery not appearing on startup. The problem is the battery menubar not updating until I refresh it myself by toggling show/hide battery percentage. I tried build the Debug scheme with Logging. The kext still polling status every 30s but the battery menubar icon does not respond. Any Solution? Thanks all!DSDT.aml.zip