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On 7/7/2020 at 7:39 PM, chris1111 said:

Here my theme of OC 

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Resources.zip

 

Very nice.

May I make a suggestion ?

Since you have the Apple logo as a "badge" for the OS type for the macOS, may be "other" OS's could have their own badge under the drive image  ?

See attached example for Windows

 

Windows.icns

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1 hour ago, MacNB said:

 

Very nice.

May I make a suggestion ?

Since you have the Apple logo as a "badge" for the OS type for the macOS, may be "other" OS's could have their own badge under the drive image  ?

See attached example for Windows

 

Windows.icns

Great suggestion thank you I will do this

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Posted (edited)

Some little change in the theme :) the windows badge is placed at the bottom like that of Apple

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3 hours ago, Blu24 said:

@chris1111 Do you know what the problem could be?:)

I don't have any kind of idea We have to do some research :lol:

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@chris1111

The theme style is simple and beautiful. But I replaced the Resources folder, and Config also added OpenCanopy.efi. The settings are shown in the figure, but the restart is still the text interface. Did I do it right? Please teach me the method! Thank you!

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1 minute ago, bisdak4920 said:

Normal Boot menu and with auxilliaries by hitting space bar.

 

 

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Hello! How to use? I replaced the Resources folder, but restarting does not work?

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3 minutes ago, fryysyd said:

Hello! How to use? I replaced the Resources folder, but restarting does not work?

Post you EFI folder for easy edit.

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3 minutes ago, bisdak4920 said:

Post you EFI folder for easy edit.

Thanks a lot!  Here it is。

EFI.zip

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10 minutes ago, bisdak4920 said:

Try this.

 

EFI.zip

Thanks. But still only text interface

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Is it related to the OC version? I am using version 0.6.0, what is your version number?

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8 hours ago, fryysyd said:

Thanks. But still only text interface

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Is it related to the OC version? I am using version 0.6.0, what is your version number?

Reset NVRAM 

Please this topic is not dedicated of OC setup

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Posted (edited)

Add Black Version to the first post

 

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