Converting gfx file to make it readable on my MacPro laptop OS 10.6.8

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I have Print Explosion software  with many files ending in gfx.. Is there a way I can convert the gfxx files so I can use the ppictures>

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Print Explosion Deluxe Edition

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  • TomLiotta
    It's not clear what you mean by "read" them. In general, if you want to "process" them, then install Print Explosion on your MacPro. The files are not intended to be "read". -- Tom
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  • ohtrudym
    What I want to do is use the gfx picture in a letter I am writing. The application is installed and other endings ( like jpeg etc) work perfectly. Any suggestions? 
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  • TomLiotta

    The problem is that it's not a "picture". It's a series of graphics controls for a graphics printer or a graphics program. Your original question made it seem possible that you had Print Explosion either on some other system or on your MacPro.

    If it's on your MacPro, can Print Explosion open and process the file and display it as an image? If so, does that program have the capability of exporting as an image format? It might have a 'Save as...' option that allows you to save the graphics file as an image format. If not, do you have a screen-capture function that can capture the display as a bitmap image?

    If so, then the bitmap can probably be opened and re-saved as a useful file type such as .JPEG or .PNG.

    Print Explosion is a commercial product. It's less likely that someone on a forum like this one will know much about how to use it. This forum is more intended for programmers who have problems and less about general usage. I know that doesn't do you much good.

    You might need to run a Google search for [ .gfx file extension ] or [ .gfx file convert ] to find if anyone has created a tool that can help. I looked at a few search results, but I didn't see any that I felt comfortable with. I'd go with a screen-capture if it's at all possible.

    But it's still possible some member here will have usage experience.

    Tom

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