For April Fools Day this year Google released an update to Google Maps that displays the maps in "8-bit" mode, reminiscent of classic cRPG's from the 1980's like Ultima.
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Those Google engineers can be so clever at times.
Update: Well, it worked for a while but they turned it off. So this post makes little sense now. I guess I should have posted a a screen shot.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
This is a repost of the directions from doh123 on how to change the menu options in Wineskin. This allows you to easily add to the menu the ability to launch other programs that are installed in the wrapper (such as configuration utilities) or to open websites. The original post in the Wineskin forum is here.
This take a bit of scripting knowledge, or programming if you want to completely replace them.
If you look inside the wrapper at Contents/Resources there is a folder called WineskinMenuScripts
You can name them in the same pattern you see the default ones there... make new ones, or change ones there. For this, I'll just assume you edit the one called "AppEntry1--Wineskin Website" which is what shows up under the main App drop down menu.
Change the name of it to "AppEntry1--Launch Editor" (or whatever you want to name it, the text after the double dash is what is listed in the menu).
Then right click the file and Open With Textedit.app
Don't touch the first 5 lines, just leave them as is. Delete the line that says... open "http://wineskin.doh123.com/"
Only 1 line is needed to launch what you want (and its Wineskin, not wineskin, or it won't work)
Wineskin "$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/Program Files/MyProgramFolder/MyProgram.exe"
after that line, just save and close it... and when you select that menu item next time you run it, it should run the exe. You do have to do the full path and exe file in quotes just like that after using the Wineskin command, so just change the "/MyProgramFolder/MyProgram.exe" or whatever you need so that its actually your exe file.