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Need help in opening MacOS resource files

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Im not sure if this belongs in this topic, so move it if im wrong.

Well, I'm attempting to mod a rather old game, but all the Models and Sprites are stored in .rsrc files. I can't open those in Windows right now and I don't have a mac. Is there any possibility of opening them in Windows with a special program or something?
If not, can the ones of you that own a Mac help me out and maybe extract them for me and upload them?

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Hello, Chekov.

Unfortunately not. Macintosh Resource Files are native format for Apple Mac OSX. It is hard to work with native formats. Mostly it takes hacks to do it with. Hacks are illegal. Sorry for the bad news.
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