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Making your own file-extensions (example with .quiz files)


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Frankie
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This video tutorial covers the basics needed to make an application run when a file of your extension is clicked. Any questions should be asked here.

oOIPMTK-A-4https://gist.github.com/3195722

Hope it helps,
Frankie
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sumon
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Simple enough, good video too :)

Mikesun
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Thanks for you share! and I will try it later for my Nephew!



yosang
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Hi, excuse me if I missed something, but where is the video / tutorial? o.O couldn't find any link.



punchin
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I can't find any video link anywhere either. Also, what is this supposed to do? I understand it's for creating your own file extensions, but that can be done with F2 and renaming the part after the period. Then you just re-associate the file extension with your desired program using "open with" and hope the program you open it will will accept the new extension. Can you elaborate on the practical uses of this?



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this 11 character  (oOIPMTK-A-4) is from youtube