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    I know this may be a long shot, but does anyone have the source for IgoView? If not does anyone know if RPUL still visits these forums? I'd like to be able to re-crypt a decrypted file and rather than having to figure this out from scratch it would be handy to have some source code instead.

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    Spoiler: Polish Translation iGOView 4.1.3.48

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    Hi.....

    error ...igoview does not recognize a new file .fds...
    need update..

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    Quote Originally Posted by modemakias View Post
    error ...igoview does not recognize a new file .fds...
    need update..
    Same with me.
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    I wonder how were all those filenames generated?

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    iGOView has to learn this new file type. Go to: Tools - Settings:
    In window Text parser 2 - Features add: ADAS_=DS
    In window General - Data types: add: fds;00544553;20070604;0000;1;2;76634B51;"FDS";
    Reopen iGOView

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    [here]ADAS_Vatican_HM_16Q22016.Q2
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    Hi

    Ok, iGO-View is working fine now but .fds files are viewed as .fbl files... is it normal ?


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    Last edited by BIBUOT; 1st August 2016 at 14:49.

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    Hi
    I must be doing something wrong, because I cannot enter data into either file unless I attach it to a current entry
    ie: current entry is: rpul=Rpul_mod date added: rpul=Rpul_modADAS_=DS
    Enter does not give me a new line to enter data into.
    Please explain.
    Thank you.

    Ignore all the above. I had two copies of the program open at the one time, so I could not edit one while the other was open. Be careful how you click to open the program. I have now modified it.
    Last edited by fredsmith; 2nd August 2016 at 01:56. Reason: Found I had program ipen twice

 

 
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