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chpe

4570m and how I got rid of the green apple logo

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Hello!

Having read this and this, I've decided to downgrade Quarz.framework and QuartzCore.framework to their 10.6.2's versions. So I copied over the both files from a 10.6.2 virtual machine I had lying around to my 10.6.6 installation and...

 

Success! :) Now I've got transparent menu bar AND a regular black Apple logo.

 

What works:

  • No logo color corruption on the menu bar
  • App Store icons look fine nowscreenshot20120205at104.png
  • Someone said there were performance issues with 10.6.2. I don't see any difference in the performance using this method.

What doesn't:

  • Photoshop with OpenGL mode higher than basic results to green color all over the picture, so it looks like OpenGL corruption is still present

Hope this would be helpful :)

I can upload both folders if you need them.

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I have the Radeon 4530 Mobility, If you can upload the files I would be grateful. Then I'll try if it works on this card also (hoping).

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I've tryed it on 10.6.8 and don't work , os don't stare i've extra ct the file from 10.6.2 hazard

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I've tried a 10.6.0 Quartz framework and it work , but Finder don,t work ...

I see it When open a system preference and other .....

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I've solved for Ati 4530 in snow Leopard 10.6.8, install quarz from 10.6.0 :D

Photoshop is green , Apple logo no

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