because it's yours.
This is a simple program I wrote because I was sick of using Norton
Disk Editor to do this, and so it could be a little more accessable to
the general Windows user.
The program allows you to change text stored within your programs.
This lets you do things like change error messages, title bars, splash
screens, and lots of other stuff. It is a lot of fun.
The program available here is in "Early Alpha", or something. It
isn't done. The "Save As..." doesn't work yet. Some of the preferences
are ignored. You can open up a file, edit the strings in it, and save
it again, and it seems to work OK. There is no documentation yet, but
this will change when I finish the program (eventually).
WARNING: There are some strings contained in programs which
are necessary for their operation. Changing these would cause undesirable
results. For this reason, always make a backup of the files you edit
before you ruin them.
Get the stuff!
Windows 95 binary, documentless for now.
Load up a file with 'open' and double-click
strings to edit them. When you're done, do 'save' to save the changes.
It should be pretty self-explanatory, but remember to save a backup
before you change anything.
Full, embarassing source.
This code should be distributed under the Gnu Public License and is written
for Borland's somewhat hideous C++ Builder.
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