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ZipScan uses file extensions to determine whether a file is an archive file or not. For example, a zip archive file usually has the extension .zip. However, sometimes archive files may not have the file extensions you may expect. To help ZipScan to identify these files correctly, you can use this settings page to enter the file extensions that are associated with each archive file type.
If, for example, I wanted ZipScan to treat all files with the extension .zf as zip files, I could set that on this page. Selecting ‘Zip’ from the drop-
The file extensions for OpenOffice files are used during text-
Messing with the settings on this page can stop ZipScan working normally. For example, deleting the ‘.zip’ extension from the Zip archive list will stop it from searching zip files. To remedy this, click the ‘Set All to Default’ button to restore the original values.
The file extensions can use the ‘?’ wildcard to match a single character. No other wildcard characters can be used.
These settings do not affect how ZipScan treats self-
If you choose the ‘Ignore File Extensions’ setting in your search options, all the settings on this page will be ignored.