Frank Posa last edited by
The latest versions are forcing an extension. The option to not use an extension changed and is not working any more. I have had to regress to an older version as I rarely use extensions. I hope this will be repaired in the future. The newest versions have eliminated the option in “Default Directory” to select “without file extension”.
Ekopalypse last edited by
see here for your solution.
PeterJones last edited by
Since v7.8.7, even the new-style applies an extension based on the selected file type in the save/save-as dialog. If you type no extension, it will take the first extension from the Save as type box:
Knowing that typing your own extension (like
blah.ext) will override the auto-extension, I tried a trick of typing
blah.to try to convince it to use an empty extension: as shown in the screenshot above, it still appended
.txtto the filename, making it
blah..txt, which isn’t what I wanted. However, if you then change Save as type to
All types (*.*), and don’t type an extension, it will save the file with no extension.
It’s a little extra work, but that will enable you to save a file with no extension. (Alternately, change your workflow slightly: create the file in Windows Explorer with no extension, then right click and open-with Notepad++ or drag the file into the open Notepad++.)
Unfortunately, we’re finding that no matter how the save-options are defined, someone will think that NPP has done it completely wrong and not given the option they want.