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  • Comparing EPS (Powershell script files) treated as image compare

    Is there something I am doing wrong? I selected 2 EPS files in File Explorer, right-clicked, and choose Compare and it opened as an image compare. I had to rename the files to a TXT extension and then it worked as expected.

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    Hello,

    EPS is usually a Postscript Picture file and recognized by the OS as that type. To override this behavior within BC4, you can go to the Tools menu -> File Formats, New + Text format, and assign it as *.eps. The topmost file mask match can override this default behavior and force a Text Comparison to launch.
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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