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Compiling can be initiated either by passing a resource script file as a parameter on the the command line see below , or by using Resource Hacker's text editor. Supported compiler directives include: Strings within resource statements are defined between double-quote " characters.
A double-quote within a string can be 'escaped' by preceding it with either a backslash or with another double-quote character. Filenames in within resource statements can only be parsed as strings, so they MUST be enclosed within double-quote characters otherwise compile errors will be raised. A complete list of Resource-Definition Statements can be found here. Once a file has been opened, most resources will be displayed as either an image or group of images or as decompiled text: However, some resource types will be displayed in both its compiled form eg dialog or popup menu and in its decompiled text format.
Some resource types can only be displayed as a dump of raw byte data: Using the internal editor to modify text-based resources: Dialog, menu, string-table, message-table, accelerators and Borland form resources can all be easily edited and recompiled using the internal resource editor.
Conversion between screen pixels and dialog units is done automatically. Select a control by clicking it in the displayed dialog. Alternatively, the Tab or Shift-Tab keys can be used to select next or prior controls respectively. The selected control will show resizing handles. To move a control without resizing, once the control has been selected, click and drag it to its new location. The arrow keys can also be used to move a control once it has been selected.
A control can be resized by clicking and dragging one of its resizing handles. Alternatively, the arrow keys combined with the shift key can be used to resize a control. The Dialog Editor can be opened from the popup menu which is displayed by right-clicking the preview dialog. The Control Editor can be opened from the same menu once a control has been selected. New controls can also be added. Toolbar buttons enable selection of the most commonly used controls.
The top-left corner of the control to be added will default to the point at which the dialog was originally right-clicked. Commandline instructions are a combination of switch statements followed by switch parameters as explained in the following table: Switch Parameter -open filename - the name of the file that is to be modified.
Switch identifiers except -script may be abbreviated down to a single char eg -res or -r. Switch instructions do not have to be in any particular order. File names that contain spaces must be enclosed within double quotes. This Resource Hacker TM software is released as freeware provided that you agree to the following terms and conditions: This software is not to be distributed via any website domain or any other media without the prior written approval of the copyright owner.
This software is not to be used in any way to illegally modify software. A user of this Resource Hacker TM software acknowledges that he or she is receiving this software on an "as is" basis and the user is not relying on the accuracy or functionality of the software for any purpose. The user further acknowledges that any use of this software will be at the user's own risk and the copyright owner accepts no responsibility whatsoever arising from the use or application of the software.
The above licence terms constitute "copyright management information" within the meaning of Section of Title 17 of the United States Code and must not be altered or removed from the licensed works. Some executable files are "packed" or "compressed" using compression algorithms after they have been compiled. While this reduces the size of these files, it also makes it more difficult to view and modify resources.
While it's possilbe to reverse any compression and still view and modify resources, I've decided not to do that on the assumption that that would be disrespecting the intentions of the file authors. When a "compressed" executable is opened with Resource Hacker TM only the types and names of resource will be visible.