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File Associations

You can set up file associations in Epsilon for Windows using the configure-epsilon command. It lets you modify a list of common extensions, then sets up Windows so if you double-click on a file with that extension, it invokes Epsilon to edit the file. The files will be sent to an existing copy of Epsilon, if one is running, or you can choose to always start a new instance.

Standard bindings:

    configure-epsilon
 



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