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Old 02-02-2010, 06:40 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by mtravellerh View Post
I'm wondering if we couldn't solve the HTM HTML problem (extensions in caps that aren't opened by the reader) by just adding those endings to extensions.cfg. Opinions anyone?
Should work. Copy the html line and change it to caps.

But I feel a more general approach is more elegant. Any idea on how to map all unknown extensions or even lack of extensions to a app? Anyone?

Warning. A bad extensions.cfg can lead to trouble.

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