How to add new resources subfolder in Eclipse?

by Tom » Wed, 28 Apr 2010 07:37:23 GMT

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 I need to add a res/drawable-nodpi folder to my Eclipse ADT project.
My project originally contained drawable, drawable-hdpi, drawable-
ldpi, layout, etc subfolders, but no drawable-nodpi. How do I add this
to the automatic resource build process? I tried to manually create
the subfolder and copy files to it, but those resources are not being
auto-generated. How do I make Eclipse utilize the new resources



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