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#1 +Zagadka



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Posted 14 August 2014 - 23:13

Alright... I thought I'd be efficient and use better icons for .php, .css, .inc, .sql, .txt, etc etc files. All of these are associated with Notepad++.


I'm using FileTypesMan to make the alterations. Unfortunately, it seems to conflate .txt and .php together; changing one of them changes them both. Changing .php also changes .css (but not .txt). I have changed .txt to be a filetype "txtfile" (not reflected in image below, that is form earlier), but it still shares the icon with .php (which has its own filetype).


Anyone have any idea what is going on? I've tried removing Notepad++ as a type name, I've tried re-associating them with regular Notepad...