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  ResEdit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
ResEdit was one of the earliest examples of a GUI layout tool, an essential component for rapid application development.
ResEdit was never upgraded to run natively on Mac OS X (or, indeed, on PowerPC-based Macintoshes), as Apple now discourages the use of resource forks in new Mac OS X applications, preferring NeXT-derived bundles.
ResEdit will run in Mac OS X's Classic compatibility mode, but as Classic is not available on the Macintoshes based on Intel processors, no new Mac will run ResEdit.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ResEdit   (652 words)

  
 ResEditing Applications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ResEdit is a freeware application that allows a user to modify the resource fork of Mac programs.
ResEdit has been used successfully to disable and hide the email function in NewsWatcher 2.2.2, the current news reader.
ResEdit can then be used for the remaining tasks of removing the mail server field from the introductory preference-creating dialog box and for deleting menu items, icons, and buttons that would allow a user to access email from NewsWatcher.
www.carleton.edu /sysnet_docs/Programming_Docs/resedit/resedit.html   (636 words)

  
 what is resedit? [Archive] - Mac Forums
ResEdit was a resource fork editor made by Apple, the last version being made in 1994.
Resedit has a number of built-in templates to handle such file types as applications, fonts, and others.
Resedit and its commercial competitor, Resourcerer, are essential to Mac development prior to MacOS X. MacOS X developers may perform the same functions using ordinary text editors and image editors.
forums.macrumors.com /archive/index.php/t-84387.html   (662 words)

  
 Resedit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ResEdit Information: ResEdit is a utility intended for use by developers to manipulate resources within a file...
ResEdit is an icon and cursor editor which allows you to work with 3 different ranges of color...
ResEdit was one of the earliest examples of a GUI layout tool, an essential component for rapid...
netscapeformac.ilianetscape.com /resedit   (806 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ResEdit (2.1.3) Copyright 1994 Apple Computer, Inc. This version 2.1.3 of ResEdit fixes all reported and reproducible serious bugs that were in the previous two versions (2.1.1 and 2.1.2).
Changes since version 2.1.2 --------------------------- ResEdit 2.1.2 could corrupt a file if you pasted in a resource with the same type and ID as an existing resource and if the new resource was bigger than the existing resource.
ResEdit 2.1.3 verifies that there is at least 32K of memory available before allowing you to edit a resource.
www.seismo.unr.edu /ftp/ftp.saved/pub/mac/ResEdit_2.1.3_Readme.txt   (183 words)

  
 ResEdit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
En ResEdit, es posible crear simplemente estos tipos y casi agregar elementos del GUI a ellos en una manera del WYSIWYG, de modo que usted pueda diseñar un interfaz utilizador directamente pues aparecerá al usuario del extremo de su aplicación.
ResEdit incluye un número de plantillas predefinidas para muchos recursos estándares del OS que no requieran un redactor gráfico.
ResEdit está un disponible no más largo como aplicación para OS X del mac, pues otras herramientas lo han reemplazado en gran parte.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/re/ResEdit.htm   (536 words)

  
 Petition to opensource resedit
And resedit is aimed at the few people who would be likely to actually be able to use the source code were it released.
Beyond that, an open-source resedit makes things no more difficult for apple than closed, and having it open would allow people to create things with the source code apple possibly couldn't have done on its own, as well as helping learning developers by giving them example code.
Resedit has a long history, so the code would be a mess.
home.swbell.net /drowned/ossresedit.html   (1200 words)

  
 download resedit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
(btw - i make most of my icons at the iconfactory in resedit) resedit is a powerful tool.
resedit is freeware and the latest version is 2.1.3.
now click again on the -16455 resource and you will automatically be kicked into the resedit icon editor, a mini-image editor with simple tools.
www.cpuonline.org /softwaredownloadanalyzer/56b2949.htm   (1225 words)

  
 ResEdit
ResEdit is a developer tool application for the classic Apple Macintosh, used to create and edit resources directly in the Mac's resource fork architecture.
ResEdit is no longer available as an application for Mac OS X, as other tools have largely superseded it.
ResEdit will run in the Classic compatibility mode of OS X. Apple discourages the use of resource forks in Mac OS X applications being developed today.
www.kiwipedia.com /resedit.html   (500 words)

  
 ResEdit
Always use ResEdit on a copy of the file you want to alter, and always keep a copy of the original somewhere handy in case your change turns out to have some unforseen bad effect.
Instead use ResEdit to add the following command key shortcuts: K for Icons (the letter I is already in use for Get Info, and C for Copy, so I thought K would work best), B for Buttons and the letter L for List.
If you like you can open the "snd" resources, and then get ResEdit to play the mysterious ones (the window shade sound is ID -120234 in System 8.5) by selecting the sound you would like to hear, and then either hitting command-T or picking "Play Sound" from the snd menu.
homepage.mac.com /francines/articles/resedit.html   (3088 words)

  
 Swapping Throbbers
A free utility from Apple, ResEdit is a "resource editor," a tool for altering software at its most fundamental level.
ResEdit senses you're about to do something potentially hazardous, and offers you the option of working on an alias.
To further explore ResEdit, maybe even stretch it a little beyond swapping throbbers, download Apple's documentation, and start experimenting.
www.creativemac.com /HTM/58Seconds/2000/06_00/throbber/macthrobber.htm   (859 words)

  
 MacKiDo/EasterEggs/Programming
ResEdit is Apple's Freeware Utility (that has been around as long as the Mac) to enable programmers and others to alter Resources.
When you put ResEdit into "Pig Mode", resources will be compacted and purged each time ResEdit goes through its event loop (several times a second).
If you turn on pig mode, while running ResEdit from a floppy disk, the computer will "oink" a few times each second (most easily heard on an old Plus in a quiet room).
www.mackido.com /EasterEggs/PR-ResEdit.html   (271 words)

  
 mac.org
ResEdit is probably the most used tool/utility in the world of programming.
It is used to manipulate and create resource forks and can also be used to extract pictures, text, icons etc. that may by in a program's resource fork.
Be careful though, if you don't know how to use this utility written by Apple, you probably don't want to mess with the original copies of files you edit or you will probably end up with a unusable file.
www.mac.org /utilities/resedit   (79 words)

  
 ResEdit Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ResEdit is an appliction that allows you to edit resource files on your macintosh.
Although ResEdit may be used for other editing purposes, we do not claim to be an expert on other types of editing and do not recomend them.
The ResEdit reference (for all of you Swatties) is available in the library of SCCS books maintained in the CRC (Parrish 2nd) where it can be checked out by any member of the Swarthmore College community.
www.sccs.swarthmore.edu /users/00/dbranni/ResEdit.html   (149 words)

  
 Tip - Transparent Texture Fills   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
For this method, all you need is a UserPrep file that redefines the routine "texture" that's used inside the texturedict (the library of PostScript procedures that govern the printing of textured fills).
ResEdit can be acquired at most Mac related places on the Net.
For beginners, ResEdit is a tool that allows you to edit the innards (resources) of applications.
www.freehandsource.com /_frames/_tips/_archive/tip_week012.html   (1014 words)

  
 Mac file -- Resource and data forks
ResEdit, a resource editor, allows us to browse through and edit the available resources in any file, copy resources from one file to another, and delete resources from a file.
ResEdit has over 70 resource templates, each allowing you to edit a different resource type.
You can use ResEdit to change the menu bar pattern, change the command key in a menu from command-X to command-Y, or change the text on a dialog button from "OK" to "Okee-Dokee".
www.cse.yorku.ca /Courses95-96/4361/q15.html   (1175 words)

  
 Resorcerer Template Information
ResEdit supports 35 four-byte field types with which you can define and then directly edit various simple data structures.
Unlike ResEdit, the Data Editor in Resorcerer is also completely 32-bit so it can handle very large resources quickly and easily.
This system lets you design a template for those parts of a resource that humans should attend to, and an algorithmic code resource for those structural parts of a resource that the computer is better at attending to.
www.mathemaesthetics.com /ResTemplates.html   (871 words)

  
 kbAlertz: After FoxPro files have been converted from MS-DOS format to the Macintosh format, they do not display the ...
Additionally, viewing the files with a resource editor, such as ResEdit, shows that they have the wrong resource type and creator.
Because a file may be damaged if incorrect changes are made, the use of ResEdit is recommended for advanced Macintosh users only.
ResEdit does not come with the Macintosh operating system, but can be obtained from Macintosh user groups or the Apple Programmers and Developers Association (APDA).
www.kbalertz.com /kb_Q118937.aspx   (808 words)

  
 [No title]
If Resedit were open-sourced, it would increase productivity and we'd see more shareware for the mac.
DoenerMord@hotmail.com Andy Largent ------------------Mon Feb 1 16:11:14 PST 1999 ResEdit is an amazing tool: I have fond memories of grammer school when I first began to delve into the "hidden secrets" of the macintosh with this simple but powerfull tool.
It it (ResEdit) was open source, maybe it would not be as buggy, and be a bit (cough cough) more useable in terms of being up to date.
home.swbell.net /drowned/data/sigs.txt   (6820 words)

  
 problem with resedit. help pls - Neowin Forums
I've found resedit to be temperamental with styles not created by stylebuilder whereas reshacker is a little more forgiving.
Resedit is much easier to work with than reshacker.
But using ResEdit to manipulate an.msstyle file is tedious and can be very frustrating.
www.neowin.net /forum/index.php?act=findpost&pid=586282930   (830 words)

  
 MSFN Forums > ResEdit 2.200010 message
May 6 2005, 12:21 PM I'm a dedicated reader of this forum for a few years, and this is my first request for an answer.
After using the search and all available topics concerning resedit i can't find the complete silent install switch/methode for resedit 2.200010.
Resedit uses the Nullsoft NSIS installer which uses the /S switch for silent install which he does perfectly but after the install the tool pops up a message with the question if i want to start it up yes or no.
www.msfn.org /board/lofiversion/index.php/t45633.html   (261 words)

  
 ResEdit for OS X? - Topic Powered by eve community
I think you'll want to learn an XML tool, as they are the ResEdits for OS X. The one Apple supplied is PropertyList Editor in the developer tools.
It looks like this might be a good replacement for ResEdit, and it's only $10.
It looks like http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/9284 might be a good replacement for ResEdit, and it's only $10.
episteme.arstechnica.com /eve/ubb.x/a/tpc/f/8300945231/m/4760995535   (772 words)

  
 Mac-Forums.com - Show Desktop folder??
In ResEdit you can use the Info command instead of the open command, then change the setting to make the folder visible.
I just tried with ResEdit on my old G3 iMac (OS 9.22) and had no problem making the desktop files visible.
I guess we will just have to live with it, unless you or someone else has any more ideas what the heck is going on.
www.mac-forums.com /forums/showthread.php?t=7563   (442 words)

  
 resEdit or something similar for X? - MacNN Forums
I used to use resEdit in 9 to do this but havn't a clue how to do this in X...
Resorcerer has indeed been carbonized, and those apps can all be used for.rsrc files but those aren't used by some newer apps.
In OS 9 you'd just have one application and you'd open that in ResEdit and if you were lucky, the resources you wanted to edit were in there.
forums.macnn.com /100/software-archives/87538/resedit-or-something-similar-for-x   (499 words)

  
 Creative Mac: Tutorial: Part 2: How To Make Your Own Filters for Adobe Premiere
For this tutorial, we're going to be using ResEdit 2.1.3, a free utility from Apple.
The reason for this is that we're going to be copying and pasting our graphics into ResEdit, and we don't want our interface graphics to cover up our sliders and other functional interface elements.
ResEdit doesn't allow you to move elements backward and forward in layer order.
www.creativemac.com /2001/03_mar/tutorials/premiereff2/premiereff2-page1.htm   (1646 words)

  
 Macintosh Security Site -> StaticUsers.net - ResEdit for Security
ResEdit is a utility intended for use by developers to manipulate resources within a file.
ResEdit is an Apple product and is currently at version 2.1.3.
As stated above, ResEdit is useful for editing resources in applications and documents.
www.securemac.com /resedit.php   (263 words)

  
 Hacking LW with Resedit? - NewTek Discussions
It's been awhile since I've messed with ResEdit, and I don't know if there's an OSX version, but I was just wondering if anyone has played around with editing resources such as button styles, wireframe colors, etc.
Resedit - like functionality can, for the most part, be effected with a text editor (NOT Textedit) and photoshop (or whatever image editor you like).
ResEdit is pretty irrelevent these days as Apple has made it pretty clear they want to dump the use of resource forks for future OS revisions.
www.newtek.com /forums/showthread.php?t=15105   (683 words)

  
 MacAddict Forums / ResEdit in OS X?
I know that there are a few out there that are native to OS X, and I think I'd prefer to use these, rather than opening Classic back up (ResEdit is the only program I have left that requires a Classic 'startup').
If you are a programmer, forget ResEdit and switch to Cocoa, it's much easier and all the tools you need are free.
Patience is a virtue of the weak for it makes them stand still long enough for the strong to crush them with ease.
www.macaddict.com /forums/post/16243   (293 words)

  
 RESEDIT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
ResEdit ist eine Entwicklerwerkzeuganwendung für den klassischen Apple Macintosh, verwendet, um Betriebsmittel direkt in der Hilfsmittel-Gabelarchitektur des Macs zu verursachen und zu redigieren.
ResEdit schließt Unterstützung für das Redigieren viele der Standardarten ein und für das Verursachen der willkürlichen Betriebsmittel mit jeder möglicher Struktur konnte ein Programmierer oben träumen.
ResEdit war eins der frühesten Beispiele eines GUI Planwerkzeugs, ein wesentlicher Bestandteil für schnelle Anwendung Entwicklung.
www.faktedon.com /wiki/de/re/ResEdit.htm   (426 words)

  
 ResBuilder now ResEdit v2.10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
On Sat, 21 Aug 2004 17:06:35 GMT, in Newsgroup--= alt.comp.freeware, the personage of Wayne D ResEdit auto-converts 32 bit =BMPs to PNGs and back so you can edit the 8 bit alpha mask in your =favorite editor.
New Features to ResEdit Icon Snapshot and Apply Iconsets Take a snapshot of your current system icons, including third-party icons.
www.box-one.org /new-2528810-4530.html   (359 words)

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