On 11/6/02 11:55 PM, "Alain Pastor" <apastor@...> wrote: > Dynamic arrays are not stored like regular arrays. > You must retrieve the handle pointing to the data. > > theHandle = [@gArray&] > > Then you can add the data in your resource file. > I think it is a bit more complex than that, because there is a header > maintaining some information regarding the array. > > Jay and I have worked together on such an example, but darn if I can > put my hands on it at the moment. I continue searching and I'll repost. The code I posted only needed a few changes to work but I question the use of a resource to hold that much data. It might be within the limits for the Resource Manager but it's close. I ran that code and ended up with a DATA resource over 14 MB. I'd suggest saving to a data file using the Read & Write Dynamic functions. Since this is a Mac OS X only application, you also might make it a self-contained bundled app to encapsulate the data file.