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    Thanks Micro. I appreciate all the work you’ve done for the SS community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Microstudio View Post
    Also on my www.Learnsawstudio.com I have all the shades there and next week I will have time to convert all of them to 64bit if it as simple as opening up the shade and change some code. If I can I will post them on the site free like the others.
    So awesome!!! Thank you :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd R View Post
    So awesome!!! Thank you :-)
    Can you show us how to open them up and change the code? Can this be done with SAC 32bit shades to convert them to 64bit shades?

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    Default Re: 64-bit Shades

    dbarrow,

    A couple of things:

    First, I am not too sure just what "code" Microstudio is referring to - but the .shd and/or .dll files contain - at least from what I can determine, 261 bitmaps. Then again, I am not an assembly language programmer - so, I am willing to admit that there may be something that I am missing here.

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    Second, yes, any 32-bit shade can be converted to 64-bit. This being said, I believe that there was a change to the graphics from v3 to v4. It has been a bit since I updated mine - but this needs to be confirmed. This would mean that any v3 shade would not only need to be converted to 64-bit, but that some of the actual graphic content would need to be updated as well.
    Last edited by mr_es335; 01-16-2019 at 01:01 PM.

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    I have a 32bit shade that I modified to be how I want it. It runs in SAC 32bit v4. I would like to convert it myself to 64 bit. What do I do? How can I open it in Resource Hacker, make whatever changes and then save it in a form that works with SAC64 (or SAW64)?

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    Hello,

    I am working on a tutorial...

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    Default Re: 64-bit Shades

    Quote Originally Posted by Microstudio View Post
    Also on my www.Learnsawstudio.com I have all the shades there and next week I will have time to convert all of them to 64bit if it as simple as opening up the shade and change some code. If I can I will post them on the site free like the others.

    Thank you so much! I will likely end up downloading one of your 64 bit shades (I already have the 32 bit ones) when I upgrade.

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