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  1. Hi, I have recently installed MacOS Sierra 10.12.2 on my PC. I got everything working, including imessages, but yesterday when I installed windows 10 on a separate hard drive, I noticed the clover bootloader resolution changed to 1024x768 and theme switched to christmas. I opened clover configurator and loaded config.plist and all the fields were blank! I changed resolution and theme in Gui tab and it worked, but all the SMBIOS fields are still empty... Did I do anything wrong? How to fix this? Any help will be apreciated! P.S.: Even with all fields blank, iMessage still works... Clover configurator screenshot: http://prntscr.com/dyk6luConfig:Mobo: ASUS Maximus VI HeroCPU: Intel i5-4670kRAM: 2x 8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600SSD: Samsung EVO840 250GBHDD: Seagate 2TBCooler: Corsair H100iPSU: Corsair CX750MGPU: ASUS GTX 760
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    show and edit plist inside kext files
  3. Há um tempo venho notado que alguns users tem uma certa dificuldade para editar corretamente um arquivo?.plist. Um exemplo, é aqueles que são usuarios do Clover, a ferramenta Clover Configurator é bem intuitiva, mas o seu uso pode complicar o usuario novato, pois ele adiciona varias entradas sem necessidade. ? Venho trazer este app gratuito?Property List Editor.?PListEditor.zip ? Esse app é totalmente dependente do Xcode (requer o xcode instalado), a um tempo atraz ele era compativel somente com a versão mais antiga do Xcode, mas agora funciona muito bem com a nova versão?5.0.2. ? Baixe este arquivo, e copie todos os arquivos?.framework?para?/Library/Frameworks/. ? Dai coloque o app?Property List Editor?na pasta?Aplicativos?ou onde preferir.
  4. Hello! First of all, many many thanks for all the help from you all! I use US International PC keyboard (ISO) and the Mac always detects it automatically as ANSI, inverting the position of two keys I use a lot. Of course I can create a new keyboard layout with Ukelele, I have it already, but in the search for the most "pure" vanilla osX we can get, I wonder if we can force the type detection in ML. In Lion someone had finally given us a solution (Thanks again!!!). That is, we had to delete 2 lines from the plist in Setup Assistant.app and it resulted in having to undergo a test during setup to determine the keyboard type we had. This generated a plist, and subsequently, the "Change Keyboard Type" option was available from keyboard prefpane. In ML the options in the plist from Setup Assistant.app are gone. And no matter how I try, the "Change keyboard type" won't appear in the prefpane. so, I wonder if there is a way to force keyboard detection. I (silly?) tried to include the options in the plist, before setup, but they do nothing. I tried to copy the generated plist from lion over to ML, but they aren't recognized unless generated from setup. Ps2 keyboard kext doesn't have an option either. do anybody have a clue, how to solve it? Thank you so much!!! Eloi
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