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Ok.. ive been an HLL programmer for some time now..and ive gotten too use to the fact that i have a resource editor to do all the resource work for me ( i even try to prevent from using CreateWindowEx!) So id like to know how it is you guys go about getting the positions of everything in order and whatnot..How do you know what coords it needs etc( it as in the buttons in the dialog and the controls)..Just wanna hear how some of you do it and adapt to someones way of doing it.. cause im not used to writing out my resource script at all, and its the only thing that makes me reluctant of using fasm :\ otherwise.. this is one awesome assembler..
|07 Apr 2006, 03:22||
welcome to fasm board.
Just wanna hear how some of you do it
what i did usually is create a simple dialog for my application, assembly it.
the using "resource hacker"
to open up the assembled file, put more controls into dialog box.
then finally copy the text/coordination output of reshacker and put them into fasm source.
a little bit trouble.
btw, you could use Visual to generate resource file and link them into your fasm code.
k, c u
|07 Apr 2006, 03:34||
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