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Resources are objects that are held by the Resource Manager. Normally, resources are associated with particular classes and are considered to be "owned" by these classes. This means that, when you add a class to a package, all of its associated resources are implicitly added to the package and these will naturally appear in the Package Browser' s Resources pane too.

It is also possible to add loose resources to a package. This is usually done by dragging the resource from the Resource Manager and dropping it over the appropriate package in the Package Browser.

Note that, unlike the Loose Methods pane, the Resources pane shows all of the resources in the selected package, not just the loose ones.