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On 1/11/2018 at 9:47 AM, gujiangjiang said:

Clover still can’t recognize truly icon when using apfs.

 

Such as when using apfs the system and recoveryhd are all using mac.icns and show same icon.

 

I suggest if Clover can’t distinguish system and recoveryhd when using apfs we can distinguish these disk by name.If name “Macintosh HD” then show mac.icns and if name “Recovery HD” then show recovery.icns.

 

This problem has be long time and can’t fix yet so I hope to fix this and make Clover show correct icon when using APFS.

 

 

从我的 iPhone 发送,使用 Tapatalk

NVMe磁盘才有这种问题,傻屌,别人AHCI的都正常

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On 10/2/2017 at 7:28 AM, Badruzeus said:

Not sure; I my self & also @chris1111 have no problem with installed themes GUI  :)  

Hi,this problem is only appeared with using NVMe SSD and apfs,when using BootCamp style theme. When using AHCI Disk Device, it has no problem. Could you please fixed this bug? Thanks.

 

 

This is BootCamp theme

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Bootcamp4k.zip

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9 minutes ago, wyhtc said:

NVMe磁盘才有这种问题,傻屌,别人AHCI的都正常

My XPS was NVMe and my HP was AHCI SATA SSD

Both XPS and HP are all have this problem.

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14 minutes ago, gujiangjiang said:

My XPS was NVMe and my HP was AHCI SATA SSD

Both XPS and HP are all have this problem.

My PLEXTOR M6S+ 128GB have no problem. Both SM951 and SM961 are all have this problem.

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On 8/10/2018 at 9:38 AM, Matgen84 said:

Hi

 

Wonderful embedded theme with commit r4639  

 

Can we have a usb icon on vol_clover and vol_external. Please. it would be convenient for the macOS Installer pen drive for example.

 

 

Sorry for my bad english

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Hi, thk for new look theme, i love embedded theme, but work with @2x for 4k ?

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4 hours ago, WeBeRiO said:

Hi, thk for new look theme, i love embedded theme, but work with @2x for 4k ?

OFC it'll work for any display res, but perhaps (just) looks smaller.

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15 hours ago, wyhtc said:

Hi,this problem is only appeared with using NVMe SSD and apfs,when using BootCamp style theme. When using AHCI Disk Device, it has no problem. Could you please fixed this bug? Thanks.

 

This is BootCamp theme

 

 


post-1140626-0-31695400-1506880172.thumb.jpg.88481de27120709f3c18294d023aaa25.jpg

Bootcamp4k.zip
 

 

 

Which macOS version are you using? I've just checked /icons dir on this theme, and it has no os_hsierra.icns, os_moja.icns. So, if you're using HighSierra or Mojave, on Clover GUI it will use generic "os_mac.icns" by default (as seen on your screenshot above). Also if you've installed it using APFS, try following @fusion71au guides here for creating custom entries, so both MainSystem && RecoveryHD show proper icons (this theme already contains os_recovery, vol_recovery icns). Thanks.

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12 hours ago, Badruzeus said:

 

Which macOS version are you using? I've just checked /icons dir on this theme, and it has no os_hsierra.icns, os_moja.icns. So, if you're using HighSierra or Mojave, on Clover GUI it will use generic "os_mac.icns" by default (as seen on your screenshot above). Also if you've installed it using APFS, try following @fusion71au guides here for creating custom entries, so both MainSystem && RecoveryHD show proper icons (this theme already contains os_recovery, vol_recovery icns). Thanks.

OK,Thank you~:D I am using High Sierra now,with this problem,I have to use HFS+ file system.Thank you for your answer, I will try it

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Need help. My icon show bad. Back with later embedded the same. My disk is nvme.

 

 

 

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On 8/13/2018 at 8:07 AM, gujiangjiang said:

My XPS was NVMe and my HP was AHCI SATA SSD

Both XPS and HP are all have this problem.

Clover 4656 and newer version has fix this bug.

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On 8/13/2018 at 2:18 PM, Badruzeus said:

 

Which macOS version are you using? I've just checked /icons dir on this theme, and it has no os_hsierra.icns, os_moja.icns. So, if you're using HighSierra or Mojave, on Clover GUI it will use generic "os_mac.icns" by default (as seen on your screenshot above). Also if you've installed it using APFS, try following @fusion71au guides here for creating custom entries, so both MainSystem && RecoveryHD show proper icons (this theme already contains os_recovery, vol_recovery icns). Thanks.

Clover 4656 and newer version has fix this bug. Thanks.

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22 hours ago, Badruzeus said:

OK, glad to know. How it shown after fixed?

 

It has fixed the Recovery ICON but the text was “Recovery" not "RecoveryHD".

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1 hour ago, gujiangjiang said:

 

It has fixed the Recovery ICON but the text was “Recovery" not "RecoveryHD".

It seems, not related to Clover Theme. If what you mean is under 10.13 / 10.14 with APFS, just check it with $ `diskutil list` take a look, does it use "Recovery" only or "Recovery HD" for volumes name? Though, following @fusion71au guides for creating Custom Entries with "FullTitle" is solving this (not) issue.

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12 minutes ago, SavageAUS said:

How do we enable dark mode for embedded theme?


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Just in Clover explanation:

 

Rev 4644
A possibility to choose between Light and Dark embedded themes
	<key>GUI</key>
	<dict>
		<key>Theme</key>
		<string>embedded</string>
		<key>EmbeddedThemeType</key>
		<string>Dark</string>
Possible values Dark/Light/SVG

 

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Hi, I'm having a problem with the (lovely new) embedded theme in Clover (I'm using revision 4662).

 

My Mojave beta drive (which is an external SSD attached by USB 3.0), doesn't show the correct drive icon when connected.

 

I've created a custom entry for it:
 

<dict>
	<key>FullTitle</key>
	<string>Mojave</string>
	<key>Path</key>
	<string>\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi</string>
	<key>Type</key>
	<string>OSX</string>
	<key>Volume</key>
	<string>65B63FF2-3335-42CA-A3BD-B04DEFCBEBEA</string>
</dict>

Any help greatly appreciated (and thanks to Chris1111 & Matgen84 for the help received on the Clover General Thread).

 

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1 minute ago, pbryanw said:

Hi, I'm having a problem with the (lovely new) embedded theme in Clover (I'm using revision 4662).

 

My Mojave beta drive (which is an external SSD attached by USB 3.0), doesn't show the correct drive icon when connected.

 

I've created a custom entry for it:
 


<dict>
	<key>FullTitle</key>
	<string>Mojave</string>
	<key>Path</key>
	<string>\System\Library\CoreServices\boot.efi</string>
	<key>Type</key>
	<string>OSX</string>
	<key>Volume</key>
	<string>65B63FF2-3335-42CA-A3BD-B04DEFCBEBEA</string>
</dict>

Any help greatly appreciated (and thanks to Chris1111 & Matgen84 for the help received on the Clover General Thread).

 

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I notice same issue with APFS external USB Drive

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On 8/13/2018 at 4:05 PM, Badruzeus said:

OFC it'll work for any display res, but perhaps (just) looks smaller.

No work :no: if put embedded@2x

 

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