.BITSBOARD File Extension

Zip-Compressed Bitsboard Board

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What is a BITSBOARD file?

A BITSBOARD file is a Zip-compressed Bitsboard board. Typically, Bitsboard saves boards as directories, which contain images, audio files, and/or a Bitsboard.plist file. In some cases, however, a user may Zip-compress a board and rename the resulting .ZIP file's extension to .bitsboard. This allows the user to share their board with others more easily.

More Information

Happy Moose Apps Bitsboard is a flashcard-based learning app for iPad. It allows users to import existing learning lessons or create their own. These lessons are referred to as boards.

Each Bitsboard board is saved as a directory that includes the images and/or audio files used by that board. Most boards also include a Bitsboard.plist file, which is an XML file that describes a board's contents.

Typically, Bitsboard users share boards by uploading them to Bitsboard's online board catalog. However, users can also share a board by exporting the board to Dropbox. In some cases, users may Zip-compress the boards they export to Dropbox, to store and share them more efficiently. In these cases, users often rename these Zip-compressed boards to use the .bitsboard extension, so others know the files contain Bitsboard boards.

How to open a BITSBOARD file

To use a BITSBOARD file with Bitsboard (iOS), you must:

  1. Rename the file to use the .zip extension.
  2. Decompress the file with any Zip-decompression utility (such as 7-Zip or Apple Archive Utility).
  3. Import the resulting board into Bitsboard via Dropbox (using the instructions found in section 11 C of Bitsboard's Getting Started guide).
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Rename .bitsboard to .zip; open with any Zip-decompression utility

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