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Hello, everyone, what should I do about customizing icons of different versions of Windows?


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"For an automatically discovered entry it is read from the .contentFlavour file next to the bootloader,

 

if present.”

 

Hello, I don't understand this sentence in configuration.pdf. For windows detected automatically, what should I do to assign different icons to them


I named the ICNs file bootmgfw.efi.icns and put it in the EFI / Microsoft / boot folder. Why not? Or you can give a specific method,Sorry, my English is not very good. Sometimes I may misunderstand you


However, all my systems share an EFI partition. If I use

.VolumeIcon.icns, the icons of all my systems will change.What should I do?thank you!

How to customize with

. contentFlavour.

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If I'm correct you'd need to add Entries for each OS in the config and add the flavour. The other option could be a custom OpenCanopy Theme, 

 

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16 hours ago, Shaneee said:

If I'm correct you'd need to add Entries for each OS in the config and add the flavour. The other option could be a custom OpenCanopy Theme, 

 

However, this is a custom boot entry, which does not apply to the automatically detected Windows boot entry, because OpenCore will not automatically detect the Windows kernel version, but automatically detects the version of macOS.

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28 minutes ago, antuneddu said:

however, by creating personalized entries, you can assign the icon and the name you want through flavuor 

 

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Thank you for answering me, But I want to know what kind of file

 

. contentflavour is, and how should I create it?


If it doesn't work by putting 2 icon different examples in the theme, 1 for windows 10 and one for Windows 11, and set Misc> Boot> PickerAttributes = 144
then as suggested by @Shaneee you have to find the path of the 2 Windows Systems via shell and enter them in Misc> Entries as in the photo I posted before

you can follow here (you can skip the installation part)

https://medium.com/macoclock/guide-multiboot-dualboot-opencore-with-windows-macos-linux-kextcache-131e96784c3f

 

a my little video

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x1EMd6bnARBANgxV_d15XMHt877QQXOM/view?usp=sharing

 

1Boot entry.rtfd.zip ( sorry in Italian 🙃  you can translate it I can't find the one in English )

 


2 minutes ago, antuneddu said:

If it doesn't work by putting 2 icon different examples in the theme, 1 for windows 10 and one for Windows 11, and set Misc> Boot> PickerAttributes = 144
then as suggested by @Shaneee you have to find the path of the 2 Windows Systems via shell and enter them in Misc> Entries as in the photo I posted before

you can follow here (you can skip the installation part)

https://medium.com/macoclock/guide-multiboot-dualboot-opencore-with-windows-macos-linux-kextcache-131e96784c3f

 

a my little video

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x1EMd6bnARBANgxV_d15XMHt877QQXOM/view?usp=sharing

 

1Boot entry.rtfd.zip ( sorry in Italian 🙃  you can translate it I can't find the one in English )

 

Ok, thank you very much!


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