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  • in reply to: Converting to xls or csv #2235
    CABOT Laurent
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    Have a look here:
    https://github.com/ebroecker/pyreqif
    iss9 branch
    That’s just wonderfull.

    in reply to: Importing Data Files #2217
    CABOT Laurent
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    Hi Michael:
    There is a simple workaround:
    Just indicate the encapsulated filename before or after the file icon.
    To open the encapsulated file just do a [Search]/[File] with the indicated filename.
    That’s all!
    Bests,
    Laurent

    in reply to: Importing Data Files #2216
    CABOT Laurent
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    Hi Michael,
    Thanks for the feedback. I will try!

    in reply to: Importing Data Files #2212
    CABOT Laurent
    Participant

    Hi Michael,
    Thanks a lot for your reply.
    The icon in the rich text window is NOT clickable !

    Thanks in advance for your support.
    Best regards
    Laurent

    in reply to: Importing Data Files #2193
    CABOT Laurent
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    Thanks for your reply, but I think there is a misunderstanding.
    I’ve clarified the question here with a screen capture:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wckJ57BWU6DKnYQ7CaoHdvorFNVRY9M2/view?usp=sharing
    Hope it helps!
    Many thanks in advance.
    Laurent

    in reply to: Importing Data Files #2187
    CABOT Laurent
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    Thanks a lot for your feedback.
    Yes! I can encapsulate a zip file in a rtf file. I can import the rtf and I can see the imported rtf file in the folder. The rtf file appears in the requirement as an icon with zeros & ones. Therefore, importing a data file in a requirement should be perfect.

    But then, how to download / extract / identify a document that is encapsulated in a requirement, except opening the xml in a text editor?

    Thanks in advance / Best regards.

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