.CPS File Extension
File Type 1The Powder Toy Save File
What is a CPS file?
A CPS file contains a saved simulation created by The Powder Toy, a 2D physics game used for simulating particles, air pressure, gravity, and heat. It stores the data for the simulation in a compressed format and can be distributed to others to share simulations.
The Powder Toy allows you to play with different substances to simulate the effects of different property interactions. The game comes with a variety of liquids, gases, electronic components, and building materials that you can use to build terrains, explosives, buildings, and more. During gameplay you can choose to save the simulation, which will store the simulation at that point in time, which can be loaded later.
To save a simulation and create a CPS file, click the file and arrow icon in the bottom toolbar, and name the file. To open a simulation stored in a CPS file, click the file and arrow icon on the left side of the bottom toolbar and choose the CPS file you want to open.
File Type 2Corel Photo House File
.CPS File Association 2
Raster image file saved by Corel Photo House, an older image-editing program similar to Corel Photo Paint; typically used for altering and adding effects to digital photos.
NOTE: Both Photo House and Photo Paint have been replaced by Paint Shop Pro.
File Type 3Captivate Styles File
.CPS File Association 3
A CPS file is a styles file created and used by Adobe Captivate, an eLearning content creation program. It contains a style for an object, which consists of visual attributes, such as font or color.
CPS files allow you to export and import custom styles for objects from one Captivate project to another. The application comes with predefined styles but they can be modified. Also, objects in a project automatically inherit the styles defined in the project's theme, but theses can also be modified.
To export a CPS file, selectand click .
To import a CPS file, selectand click .