On Nov 12, 2009, at 1:08 PM, King, Steven wrote:
Which seems like a major mis-feature to me. I open
lots of files ending in .txt. Most are plain text, but some are some other type that
benefits from different syntax coloring. I *hate* that language types are sticky this way.
Just because I want to view one file in a different manner doesn't mean I want to view
*all* files that way. I want to set it once for the common case (plain text), then only
change it for the files which are something else.
I'd say this is a problem at the OS level in general. The whole "extension =
type" assumption. Name and type should be stored in different places, but Apple
hasn't gotten [back] there yet.
Don't try to tell me a thing is important to you if the whole of your “support”
entails forcing others to spend time and money on it.