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Creating an .imm file for imacro?

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by iSektorz, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. iSektorz

    iSektorz Newbie

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    I've tried to create it in notepad, and microsoft word (I was told I could do it in any text creator) But I have had no luck. I have a script that I'm trying to turn into an .imm file, so I can use it on imacro but it isn't working for me. I've named the file <something.imm>(example) and saved it to my imacro>macros folder and still nothing. Help?:/
     
  2. ntesla123

    ntesla123 Newbie

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    If you have done that, the script should show up on the sidebar. You need to make sure that the extension really is .iim. In windows, you need to make sure that whan you save, you choose "All files" in "Save as type"
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    make sure that the filename+extension is filename.imm and not filename.imm.txt
    i think windows is set to hide frequent extension types (like .txt) by default or you opted in to hide those, so you'd better to check it with a file manager like total commander to make sure
     
  4. dr.pepper

    dr.pepper Regular Member

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    Done that a few times by accident. Just go into your folder options and check the box which says show file extensions.
    And when you are saving it in notepad. Don't leave the bottom drop box as text document. Change it too all files and then add the extension to the file name

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