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MacOS: How to change the default app for a file

mercredi 11 juillet 2018, 13:00 , par Mac 911
Back in the pre-Mac OS X and macOS days, Apple’s System 9 and earlier relied on hidden metadata to associate files with apps. File extensions, those bits of text that follow a period at the end of a file (like.doc,.html, or.jpg) were optional, although often used for compatibility with other platforms and with web. On the web, file extensions are effectively mandatory so a browser knows how to handle a file appropriately.Macworld reader Rick would like to monkey with that. He has a number of HTML templates, but to differentiate them from his production.html files, he puts the suffix.tt on them instead. Browsers don’t recognize these files by default. There’s a way to force an association between a file type and an application, but that application still has to recognize the extension.To read this article in full, please click here
https://www.macworld.com/article/3286190/os-x/change-default-app-macos.html#tk.rss_all

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