Yes thank you its done. There was a .plc file. I changed the key value
there to the text that i wanted to appear.
Meanwhile i have another problem. I have posted the same on another
forum but here goes.
I am using CodeWarrior 8.2 and OS 10.2. I have created a project using
Mac OS PowerPlant stationary -> MacOS Carbon -> Basic. Its a single
binary application. Now instead of using the default icon for
application, i want to use my own icon. For this i have created an
icon with IconComposer (.icns). How can i use this icon (.icns)? When
i created the project there was no .plist file in it but there is
.plc. Do i need to create .plist file? What keys i need to use?
I have achieved the same on 9.x by using a BNDL, FREF etc for the same
project but when i run my application on OS X the icon doesnt appear.
I would be running this single binary application on both OS's. A
'plst' resource provides the information that previously resided in
the 'vers', 'open', 'FREF', 'BNDL', and 'kind' resources of pre-Mac OS
X systems. I know that having both .plst and BNDL etc in my project
would have no affect because on Mac OS X, the information in a 'plst'
resource supersedes the information in the old-style resources.