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    what software is this..?

    Hi due to my computer crash i recently lost my software which can convert to e.g php,jif,jpeg and so on

    it was a free software where i download i cant remember where any one here knows..?

    thanks

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    Your question doesn't make sense.

    You'll have to be more clear as "convert[ing] something to php, jif, jpeg" has no real meaning.
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    Okay, i used to have this little software, i downloaded it from the net dont know where. Its a lil software. That lets you convert any file into anything e.g JPEG, GIF, php, etc

    i make my php for my website pages, in notepad. after then i right click on the file and then it says convert, and then simply in there i type whatever file it want to be e.g php

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    I'm not sure I understand the concept of converting an ASCII file to an Image.

    I still don't understand.
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    after then i right click on the file
    Which file would that be? Give us an example.

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    Do you just mean the extension? I can never seem to change the file extension in windows explorer so I use my ftp program for it. For example windows paint always saves files as .JPG and I have to rename it to .jpg instead. Or change .html files into .php. Is that what you mean?

    If you actually mean file conversion, there are lots of image converters (jpg to png) etc. Changing php files into images or the other way round though is not possible, at least not in any way that would make sense.

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    If you just want to change extensions, you can do that right in Windows Explorer.

    First you'd turn on extensions:

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    Tools -> Folder Options
    
    [Views Tab]:  Check "Show hidden files and folders"
    And then you can change the extension by simply renaming it.
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    yeah i ment like file conversion

    just say i make a text in notepad then what i need to do is change it into php to upload on my server, there was a lil software that does that, but dont know now

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    Quote Originally Posted by heaven123 View Post
    yeah i ment like file conversion

    just say i make a text in notepad then what i need to do is change it into php to upload on my server, there was a lil software that does that, but dont know now
    Hi heaven123,

    I think you should try the link below, there you can find lot's of drivers having same functionality as you required. I just read the discription, I'm sure this is completely relevant.

    The link is:

    http://www.download.com/1770-20_4-0....form%3DWindows


    Good Bye

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    You don't need any software to convert text files to php files, just rename them .php

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    i know how to do it now, thanks for everyones help and support

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    I am using windows vista, I can't find tools and folder options(except for tools on c drive which has options defrag and error checking).
    Can't find anywhere to show hidden folders either... but I do remember when I saw it before I could never turn on the option because it was blocked.


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