Choice of the opening filter
When you open a file, and the file type has more than one open filter, or the file type does not have any, a window is displayed for choosing the filter to use.
Biblos tries to recognize the correct file type, then selects the type that according to him is the appropriate one. However, it may be wrong, so the last choice is left to the user who has to confirm the filter with which to open the document.
When there are several open filters for the same file type (for example, for. TXT files), a box is available that, if enabled, always opens the file type with the chosen filter.
If you try to open a file with an unknown extension, an additional box is available that allows you to create a new user format (a custom format for opening an unknown file type).
All options for managing user formats and default extensions are found within the general options.