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Archive for October 19th, 2016

Some notes on modifying NIB files on Mac OS X to add/change shortcuts

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/10/19

One of the nitpicks in VMware Fusion is that it has no keyboard shortcut for Resume or Suspend. I was trying to add Command-R and Command-S for those but that didn’t work out.

Since the links below seem to work for some other applications, I’ve kept them:

–jeroen

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Loading your MAINICON and VersionInfo through plain text .RC resource files.

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/10/19

I like repositories to have as much of the information in text format.

Delphi traditionally puts both the MAINICON and the VersionInfo resources in a binary .res file and also updates that file on almost every recompile.

There are quite a few posts explaining how to get them from text, but a version controlled example works best for me, so there is one at https://github.com/jpluimers/atom-table-monitor/blob/master/ATOMScannerConsole

The trick is to:

  1. put your resources in a text RC file that can be compiled through a resource compiler
  2. add these to your Delphi project via the project manager, so it generated RcCompile elements which instructs the build process to run the resource compiler first:

Here are the example files:

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