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What is up with .usr file extensions in Runtimes ?

Question asked by rouelf_1 on May 30, 2015
Latest reply on May 31, 2015 by schamblee


What is up with .usr file extensions in Runtimes ?


Have always used .fmpur as the file extension with runtimes, because it shows up as the default extension.

Decided to start using .usr as the fire extension with Runtimes, but when .usr files are transferred to iOS they show up as Other Documents in the Device panel.

Since Filemaker has registered this extension, expected that files using the .usr extension would show up as Filemaker documents in the Device panel. The files with .usr extensions do open properly in iOS. But it would have been nice if they showed up as proper Filemaker documents. Guess might go back to using .fmpur, unless there is some advantage not to, if anyone knows, let me know.