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  1. Those who use Mojave with an OpenGL (non-Metal) Video Card in "dark mode" have noticed that global transparencies are working fine, while in "light mode" encountered the "grey" Finder menu bar and sidebars issues, this patch is intended for those who want to use Mojave mainly in "light mode" saving some transparencies around, so here is my "hybrid reduce transparency" patch. It is totally safe, harmless and reversible, it has been deeply tested and will 100% work until restart or logout, even after sleep lock screen it will still work. To return with normal "transparency" you can also do that from Accessibility prefpane disabling the "reduce transparency" checkbox. To use this patch just double click on this attached shell "mojavehld.command" and it will launch through Terminal. [METHOD 1: Enable hybrid transparency] After launch the mojavehld.command just follow these steps: type 1 type 4 close Terminal (CMD+Q) and any other app previously opened. (The choice number 3 is not mandatory) [METHOD 2: Force hybrid transparency] If for some reason after that you will still get Dock and Notification Center without "transparencies" then relaunch the mojavehld.command: type 2 type 1 type 4 close Terminal (CMD+Q) and any other app previously opened. Download attached here: mojavehld.zip
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