How can I edit (or create) .dlta packages?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by King Cobra, Feb 21, 2004.

  1. King Cobra macrumors 603

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    #1
    You know, the theme package folders...

    I'm trying to get some icons/.rsrc files together from an expanded .guiKit file, and I want to take all those files and put them together into a .dlta format. Now I know I can export a theme into .dlta through Themepark, but first I would need to drag every individual file (ppp0.tif, BackButton.tif, etc.) into Themepark manually. That would take too long.

    (Oh, and I know I can load my .guiKit through ShapeShifter and export the theme w/o doing that, but my ShapeShifter trial time period expired.)

    And, for whatever reason, I can't drag those files into a copy of another premade .dlta package.

    Basically,
    [Plan A] How can I enable such dragging? The issue of not being able to do so is baffling me.
    [or Plan B] How can I compile/package a folder's contents into .dlta format?
    [or Plan C] What's a quick alternative to constructing and exporting a custom-made .dlta theme w/o going through every single file (as in Themepark)?
     
  2. cb911 macrumors 601

    cb911

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    #2
    whoa. that sounds pretty complicated.

    i'm not too sure about how you'd do your first two plans... but as for plan C, i don't think there is a quick way to making a theme. or else there would ba alot more people getting into themeing. :p

    you could also try asking this at the Funmac.com forums, and at the macnn GUI forums. probably lots more people there that could help you out. :)
     

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