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Creating and editing eno files

Eno files are plaintext files with the file extension .eno. It is strongly recommended to avoid using a rich text editor (such as Word or TextEdit) to create or edit eno files, as these programs tend to silently turn your plaintext files into rich text files, which renders them useless for further processing. Here are some editors that will correctly handle eno files as plaintext only:

This guide will further explain all the things you can put into an eno file.


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