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the first item Allow multiple instances
, save this setting, create a copy of uedit32.ini, for example ueinfo.ini in UltraEdit directory and load this alternative ini-file with the command line option for .NFO and .DIZ files. Set the Terminal font as text font when UltraEdit is first time loaded with ueinfo.ini.
To register .NFO and .DIZ with UltraEdit with the alternative ini-file, copy following lines to a text file, save the file with the extension .reg and double click on this reg-file to import it to the registry. But first check the paths at the last line.REGEDIT4
@="\"C:\\Program Files\\UltraEdit\\Uedit32.exe\" \"%1\" /I=\"C:\\Program Files\\UltraEdit\\Ueinfo.ini\""
After this procedure you can double click on .NFO and .DIZ file and it will be opened with UltraEdit with Terminal font.Inserted on 2006-09-07:
Forget that complicated solution above. A better solution exists since version 10.00 (??? don't really know the version).
At Configuration - Editor - Word Wrap/Tab Settings
for v11+ or at Configuration - Edit
click on button Change List
, enter diz nfo
and press the button Add
to add it to the list.
Close the Modify File Types dialog with OK and press the button Apply
Next select diz nfo
in the drop down list. Then click on button Font
to specify the font which should be used for files with the extension diz or nfo. Save the settings for diz nfo
now by pressing the button OK
Extra hint: diz and nfo files are normally OEM character set files. So when a diz or nfo file is open click on View - OEM Character Set
. Until you uncheck it again now all files with the extension diz or nfo are edited with OEM character set and all other files with ANSI character set. See also OEM Character Set command is gone?