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How to change the size of the window that Mac Nova uses when running in windowed mode:
Duplicate the EV Nova executable as a backup. For Nova 1.1 the executable is located inside the application bundle: Right-click on the app, choose "Show Package Contents" then navigate to Contents/MacOS.
Open the executable in 0xED.
Make sure you are in the right endian mode for your architecture: Double-click the word Endian at the bottom of the window to toggle between Big (PPC) and Little (Intel). Also make sure you are in Hex mode: If it says Dec down the bottom, double-click it to toggle to Hex.
Copy the offset from the table below for the value you wish to change then paste it into the Go To Offset field in the toolbar and hit return. A single character should be highlighted in the hex editing area.
Select the 4 hex characters from the highlighted character onwards. They should match the default value shown in the table.
In the lower pane, the value for "16 bit signed" should now show 832 for width or 604 for height. Double-click on the value to edit it and enter in a new value, such as 1024 for width or 768 for height. Press return to validate your input.
Save when done then run EV Nova to see your new window size
Function Offset (Hex) Default Value (Hex)
1.0.10 Width 22C42E 0340 (big-endian)
1.0.10 Height 22C432 025C (big-endian)
1.1.1 PPC Width 1405AA 0340 (big-endian)
1.1.1 PPC Height 1405AE 025C (big-endian)
1.1.1 Intel Width 01B4C7 4003 (little-endian)
1.1.1 Intel Height 01B4BF 5C02 (little-endian)
This post has been edited by Guy : 15 April 2015 - 04:17 AM