What Program Lets you open the Techtree? -1 reply

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Excalibur2008

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#1 11 years ago

I can't open the Techtree because my computer dosen't have the necessary program and I was wandering what prgram that was and where I can find it.




Datarock VIP Member

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#2 11 years ago

Well to open up the techtree you need to have Notepad or Wordpad which comes with Windows as standard. If you dont have it try :google: to get it.




Excalibur2008

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#3 11 years ago

I Have both, but it still dosen't work




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#4 11 years ago

thats interesting try again i use note pad/word pad works fine for me,right click on tect tt click open with note pad it should change all ur files to a white bx thing with a blue thing in the middle if that dont work them im clueless?!?




Elrond1982

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#5 11 years ago

Try TextPad. Google that. It's a pretty good little tool.




hard_damage

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#6 11 years ago
Excalibur2008I can't open the Techtree because my computer dosen't have the necessary program and I was wandering what prgram that was and where I can find it.

It's a plain text file. Maybe there is something weird going on with your .tt extension association, or the file is corrupted. I have a hard time believing you can't start notepad and do a "File/Open" on those files.




Flash525

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#7 11 years ago

Right click on your .odf / .tt or .srp file (then go to properties), and you have 'Type of File' and below that, you've got 'Opens With' - Next to that, you have a Button which says 'Change' click that, then find Notepad on that list.