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Resource Folder for Styles

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When I make a slideshow using the Wedding - 3 Portrait - Style, a folder appears on my desktop.   The name of the folder is "slideshowname.resources.    Within that folder there is a folder whose name is a bunch of letters and numbers strung together with hyphens.   Inside that folder is a JPEG which serves as the background of the style.  

Styles baffle and bewilder me.   I love using them straight "out of the box" but have never understood the concept of downloading a style to import.    (Yes, I have read the tutorials and I have experimented.)   Having expressed my ignorance, I have a question.

Could someone shed some light on the purpose /use of that resource folder and the JPEG that is in it?    Can it be deleted?    

Thanks.   

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Hello,

Some slide styles contain background pictures (for attractive view).

When you apply such style, PicturesToExe 9 copies used images from this style to a project folder (projectname.resource).

It allows you easily transfer this project to another computer, even if another installation of PicturesToExe 9 does not have this slide style. Your project does not depend on applied slide style.

If you re-work your slide, delete it, or apply another slide style, PicturesToExe 9 will automatically remove projectname.resouce folder (when it's not necessary).

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1 hour ago, Igor Kokarev said:

Hello,

Some slide styles contain background pictures (for attractive view).

When you apply such style, PicturesToExe 9 copies used images from this style to a project folder (projectname.resource).

It allows you easily transfer this project to another computer, even if another installation of PicturesToExe 9 does not have this slide style. Your project does not depend on applied slide style.

If you re-work your slide, delete it, or apply another slide style, PicturesToExe 9 will automatically remove projectname.resouce folder (when it's not necessary).

Thank you Igor.   

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