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September 01, 2002

Getting your happy mac back

www.ryandesign.com: Customizing the Jaguar boot screen

A lot of people have complained about Apple replacing the happy Mac icon (not me -- the gray on gray Apple logo reminds me this is Oz -- not the OS 9 Kansas the happy Mac represented).

There are some instructions above for switching out OS X boot screens. It still requires working with HexEdit and Photoshop, so if you're not pretty geeky, I would wait a week or two, until somebody writes a program to automate the process.

Update: It didn't take a week, as noted here.

Spotted on Hack the Planet.

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