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Drawing Cursor or Cursor to PICT
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Drawing Cursor or Cursor to PICT
- From: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 12 May 1992 11:51:16 -0600
Not sure if this is a re-send or not, sorry.
Does anyone have code that will draw a cursor in a grafport?
Or, failing that, does anyone have code that will cram a cursor into a
I want to provide a tool-pallette class.
While I'm on the topic, does anyone have a good way of getting a few
resources bundled with an independent module?
The choices seem to be:
A. Provide a separate resource file.
B. Put the resources in the resource fork of the source.
C. Put hex values in the source.
B. seems ideal in theory, but in practice...when you open a fred-window to
the source to fix a bug, MCL opens the resource fork in such a way that if
it was already open, BAD THINGS happen. [I forget if it was a crash or
just all my handles going walkabout.] Also, it has the same problems as A
when it comes to saved applications.
A. would be OK, but it's a hassle for the client programmer to haul this
stupid little resource file around with his code and saved applications,
not to mention that it has to be somewhere I can *find* it, as opposed to
where he/she thinks it should go.
C. *HACK!!!!* 'nuff said
Forgive me if I've missed something in Inside Mac I-IV or the MCL 2.0 docs,
but I couldn't find it.
"TANSTAAFL" Rich firstname.lastname@example.org