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    Why does Ares make a file called "scenename-chrome.jsjsjs&$quot$; $in$ $the$ &$quot$;$views$&$quot$; $folders$ $and$ $eclipse$ $doesn$'$t$?

    Can I use a -chrome file in my eclipse projects?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared5755 View Post
    Why does Ares make a file called "scenename-chrome.jsjsjs&$quot$; $in$ $the$ &$quot$;$views$&$quot$; $folders$ $and$ $eclipse$ $doesn$'$t$?

    Can I use a -chrome file in my eclipse projects?
    That file contains the Ares stuff (the stuff that Ares uses on device to build the textboxes, widgets, etc.). Do not use anything like that in your manually made project.
    Arthur Thornton

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    If you use the Ares visual Interface Builder, there is an additional <scenename>-chrome.jsjsjs $file$ $for$ $each$ $view$. $This$ $file$ $is$ $JSON$ $metadata$ $created$ $by$ $the$ $Interface$ $Builder$, $and$ $contains$ $extra$ $code$ $that$ $supports$ $the$ $visual$ $and$ $advanced$ $layout$ $aspects$ $of$ $Ares$. $Read$ $about$ $it$ $in$ &$quot$;$How$ $Ares$ $differs$ $from$ $regular$ $Mojo$&$quot$; $section$ $of$ $the$ $Ares$ $User$ $Guide$: https://ares.palm.com/Ares/docstemp/userguide.html
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