Registration of the .odt File Extension (OpenDocument).

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Registration of the .odt File Extension (OpenDocument).

Post by jairoraiol » Sat Sep 21, 2019 3:30 am

First of all, I want to say that I admire this work very much.

After the last update (rev 971.0912), I noticed that the .odt extension was registered for TextMaker, just as it was when I installed SoftMaker FreeOffice 2018 a few months ago.

So I had to manually open my file with the other software and also set it as default again.

This does not occur with the other two applications.

Could you change this behavior only in this edition of TextMaker?

Grateful for the attention.

Jairo Raiol

OS: 64-bit Linux (BSD)
Language: Portuguese (Brazil)

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Re: Registration of the .odt File Extension (OpenDocument).

Post by miguel-c » Fri Nov 01, 2019 8:30 pm

No, it's by design. TextMaker can read and write ODT files, so it registers itself for ODT. PlanMaker can only open ODS, and Presentations nothing. So they leave ODS and ODP alone

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