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[Resolved] xlt missing

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  • Plugin Contributor jrf

    @jrf

    Hi Dominik,

    You could, but you’d also need to copy the image files you’d want to use and rename them for using them with .xlt.
    Once you’ve copied the files, you can just add the extension to the $mime_types array in both the main file (round line 200) and the style.php file.

    Am I correct in that .xlt is the Excel template file format ? Both ‘normal’ excel file formats ( ‘.xls’ and ‘xlsx’ ) are supported.

    Smile,
    Juliette

    Hi Juliette
    Thank you so far for your answer. Yes, the “xlt” are Excel-template-Files. It would be fine if these files are using also the general excel-icon. I’m not sure regarding your first advice “also need to copy the image files you’d want to use and rename them for using them with .xlt.”.

    What I made: inserted “xlt” to (around) line 200 of
    mimetypes-link-icons/mime_type_link_images.php.

    This line looks now like this:
    ‘xls’, ‘xlsx’, ‘xlt’, ‘xml’, ‘xpi’,

    And in the beginning of the file:
    mimetypes-link-icons/css/style.php

    with this: ‘xls’, ‘xlsx’, ‘xlt’, ‘xml’, ‘xpi’,

    But this is not enough to work; the plugin don’t know to put the right excel-Icon.

    Thanks for your help!
    Dominik

    Plugin Contributor jrf

    @jrf

    Hi Dominik,

    The code changes you made look fine.

    But this is not enough to work; the plugin don’t know to put the right excel-Icon.

    That’s why you also need to copy the image files. In the plugin directory, there is an images directory. In this directory you should find the following 10 files:
    xls-icon-16×16.gif
    xls-icon-24×24.gif
    xls-icon-48×48.gif
    xls-icon-64×64.gif
    xls-icon-128×128.gif
    xls-icon-16×16.png
    xls-icon-24×24.png
    xls-icon-48×48.png
    xls-icon-64×64.png
    xls-icon-128×128.png

    Copy those and replace the ‘xls’ in the file name of each file with ‘xlt’ (and place them in the same directory again).
    Then it should work 😉

    Smile,
    Juliette

    Thanks a lot Juliette; I’ve done this;

    Formulare

    the first File should shown with the Excel-Icon… Maybe one of the php-fils is still not enough updated by the “xlt”-ending (there are about 12 files in the plungin-Editor for your plugin, but as shown above, I updated correctly mimetypes-link-icons/mime_type_link_images.php. and mimetypes-link-icons/css/style.php. But this is not that urgent.. maybe, the “xlt” will be included in one of the following updates 😉

    Dominik

    Plugin Contributor jrf

    @jrf

    Hi Dominik,

    It should work, but you do have to enable the extension on the MTLI settings page. Did you do that ?

    Smile,
    Juliette

    Yes. Naturally did I enabled the “new” extension! Naturally NOT!! ;o)
    Thank you very much, id works now fine! OMG… ;))

    Plugin Contributor jrf

    @jrf

    *grin* Glad to hear that solved it. Would you mark this thread resolved please ?

    Thanks again; .xlt it now showed up 🙂

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