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Old 09-12-2012, 02:12 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by stacyl276 View Post
What program opens the .opf file. I assumed a text editor or Dreamweaver would do this but neither let me. I'm not seeing where I can fix this in the metadata panel (in InDesign) either. I tried to use sigil but I am on OS 10.5.8 and can't seem to find an older download of Sigil anywhere. The newest version needs OS 10.6.
It's just a text file, and my Windows HTML editor opens it without problem. There must be an HTML editor which works on Apples.

Or you could try renaming content.opf to content.txt (or whatever Apple uses for text files) and then rename it back to content.opf when you've edited it.
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