editing/hacking an appication (full explanation & pic included)?

in Mac Software edited January 2014
hey all,

ive recently downloaded a pretty basic sound effects app, Beeper 2.1 (< http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/14073 >) and id like to edit it a little.

currently, the way it works is that it comes with 15 built-in sound effects. these are enabled by clicking on their respective button.

id like to change it so that i can play my own 15 sound effects.

now im pretty sure that it works by accessing hidden audio files, and each button simply has its respective audio file name on it. im hoping that i can do a basic edit on the application's code (through Console??), and change the 15 audio files to my own 15. can anyone recommend an application for viewing the hidden files? or recommend a website to get me started?

thanks all. hope you had a good weekend = )


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    update: ive found the Terminal code to reveal all files in the Finder. it hasnt revealed anything interesting in regards to the Beeper app

    and ive also realised that Console isnt for editing apps. it's basically just a system log, yep?

    still open to ideas = )
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