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Ralink menubar icon

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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.









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i have one problem... i have wireless utility of Ralink, but i can't see the icon on my bar... Can you help me to solve the problem?


EDIT: I have solved by myself ;)

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