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I want to know how PICTS work with Resedit.  I am wanting to have a four-by-four inch pict (four of them, actually), and I don't know how to get them into Resedit.  I tried open th e PICT files with Resedit and copying the PICT resources in those files, but that didn't work.  It only gave me some very small PICT resources which, when expanded, look very cruddy.
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Hi Cory, this is very simple. All you have to do open your picture in a graphics program, choose select all, and copy the picture to the clipboard. Then open resedit, make a new PCIT resource, and then choose 'Paste" from the edit menu when the picture is open. ResEdit will then place your picture in a PICT resource.

Make sure you are using the latest ResEdit, version 2.1.3.


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