On Thu, 19 Sep 2002 09:22:41 +0200, Wojciech Oborski wrote: ..snip...
>File extensions assotiation is a Windows thing, not Protel!
>
>ICAP/IV (Intusoft's simulation software) we use, has *.dwg extension
>for it's drawings (schematics), which is also well known extension for
> Autocad drawings.
>*.sch extension is used by Protel, our old OrCAD SDT and possibly many
> other EDA tool I do not use.
>Others could give you many more examples, for sure.
>
>How do you think Protel/Altium could manage this?

By asking permission to change the file extension association at
install time rather than just doing it! This is what well-behaved
Windows applications do.

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems

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