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  1. I originally posted this on the Sublime Text forum in hopes of getting some feedback, but so far none has come. So I am posting here to the Maccast forum to see if anyone else can use this information, or if anyone else has any better ideas. I am on Mac Os Sierra, running Sublime Text build 3126. A number of file extensions work correctly, i.e. right-click on a .java file or .json file and I see Sublime Text in the open with dialog. However if I do the same with a file ending in .log, Sublime Text doesn't appear and I have to select Other and locate Sublime Text from items in the applications folder. I have fixed this on my machine but it may not survive an update and maybe there is a "Sublime Text" way of accomplishing this. Here is what I did. I went to the Sublime Text.app, did show package. Then I went into Contents and edited info.plist, and yes I had backups I changed the following adding the log extension: <dict> <key>CFBundleTypeRole</key> <string>Editor</string> <key>CFBundleTypeName</key> <string>Plain Text</string> <key>CFBundleTypeExtensions</key> <array> <string>txt</string> <string>log</string </array> <key>CFBundleTypeIconFile</key> <string>TEXT</string> </dict> Then I did lsregister -f /Applications/Sublime\ Text.app so that it would re-read the info.plist and add the log extension and I can now right click on a .log file and have it opened from the menu without the extra work of having to look through the Applications. Thanks for you time in advance.