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aperturedev Level 1 (0 points)

Help! I recently updated my MB to OSX Lion 10.7.4. I had to re-apply my custom menu bar and icons (as usual), but the first thing i noticed was that the login window was back to that disgusting linen texture. I thought the update just replaced the file, (didn't happen before), so I went to /System/Library/Frameworks/Appkit.framework/Versions/C/Resources/NsTexturedFull ScreenBackgroundColor.png. And then the file was the same, my previous login window.


So the question is: Where is the new login screen texture stored? I can change the mission control background, but no amount of goolging or anything provides accurate and working information to replace the login screen on 10.7.4.


Why would Apple break this all of a sudden?

The worse case scenario would be that Apple decided to troll and draw the login screen programmatically. Which should never be the case...

MacBook (13-inch Mid 2010), Mac OS X (10.7.4)
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