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Netbeans File Associations

Kerry Wilson
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Anyone know how to modify Netbeans file associations? I need to open .tpl files in HTML Editor.

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Dmitry Belov

Joined: Feb 14, 2008
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To register a file extension as belonging to a specific file type:
Choose Tools > Options from the main menu and click Advanced Options in the Options window.
In the left pane, expand IDE Configuration > System > Object Types.
Select the node of the object type you want to add the file extension to.
Select the Extensions and MIME Types property and add your extension to the list.
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