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What Infuse Does
Doubleclick the !infuse
icon and a window will open.
Drag the container's icon into the top slot.
The third slot contains the filename extension out
by default, but you can change this to what you want at any time.
If you wanted to create HTML files, you might choose html
for example. This extension will be appended to a content-file's
name to give the name of the corresponding merged output file.
Drag the icon of a content file, or of a directory of content files
into the second slot. With the top two
slots filled the icon at the bottom right becomes
unshaded, and so clickable.
Finally, clicking the icon at the bottom right starts the process
of merging the content with the container.
The merged output will be
in the same directory, and have the same filetype, as the container,
but will get its filename from the content file augmented by the
extension indicated in the third slot. A textfile
in a directory whose icon is dragged into the second slot will
be interpreted as a content-file. The user can register other
filetypes as allowable for content-files by editing the file