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satyagrahanism Sep 6, 2001 08:00 PM
MOSS ResEdit
Has anyone screwed with ResEdit on their TiPB? I was thinking about putting in new start up screens. But its kind of a scary process cause I dont want to screw up my computer. Has anyone had any probs after they put these changes in?
 
Avenir Sep 7, 2001 01:43 AM
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Originally posted by satyagrahanism:
<STRONG>Has anyone screwed with ResEdit on their TiPB? I was thinking about putting in new start up screens. But its kind of a scary process cause I dont want to screw up my computer. Has anyone had any probs after they put these changes in?</STRONG>
www.resexcellence.com basically, with startup screens, only edit the image in the PICT resource part of System and you'll be fine, just don't touch anything else.

(Tooki, maybe this should be moved to a more appropriate part of the forums?)
 
Cipher13 Sep 7, 2001 03:57 AM
Its easy... just work on a copy and keep the original around.
Paste in the pict and you're right.

Otherwise, you can place a StartupScreen image in the System Folder for the same effect, sans the progress bar and the "Welcome to MacOS", "Debugger Installed" et al screens...
 
tonton Sep 7, 2001 06:09 AM
As I recall, you can even put a .mov file and call it "Startup Movie". Or am I on drugs?
 
- - e r i k - - Sep 7, 2001 06:18 AM
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Originally posted by tonton:
<STRONG>As I recall, you can even put a .mov file and call it "Startup Movie". Or am I on drugs?</STRONG>
You're not on drugs AFIK, but a startup movie is fairly useless. First of all it halts your boot process while playing, and second of all: It gets old.

Fast.

Like in two startups...
 
tooki Sep 7, 2001 09:41 AM
THIS IS NOT A POWERBOOK-SPECIFIC QUESTION!!!

Please read the yellow bar at the top of the PowerBook topic listing.

Moving to Mac OS...

tooki
 
Cipher13 Sep 7, 2001 11:18 PM
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Originally posted by tooki:
<STRONG>THIS IS NOT A POWERBOOK-SPECIFIC QUESTION!!!</STRONG>
Jeez, chill man, you're gonna scare away all the newbies... get a grip...
 
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