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.FXT File Extension

File Type 1Grand Theft Auto Fake Text File

4.5 (85 Votes)
CategoryGame Files

What is an FXT file?

Text message file used by Grand Theft Auto with the CLEO GxtHook.cleo plug-in installed; saved in a plain text format and contains a text message that is sent to the player during GTA gameplay; used for pager and phone texts in the game.

More Information

In order to display text messages in GTA, FXT files must be saved to the \CLEO_TEXT\ directory within the CLEO installation folder.

NOTE: CLEO is a set of Dynamic Link Libraries (.DLL files) that have the file extension ".cleo." The GxtHook.cleo library must be installed in order for FXT files to be loaded into the game.

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Programs that open FXT files

Updated 10/12/2016

File Type 2FaceFX Actor Template File

DeveloperOC3 Entertainment
3.6 (19 Votes)
Category3D Image Files

.FXT File Association 2

3D actor template created by FaceFX, a program used to animating facial expressions with audio; stores templated actor data such as the face graph, node groups, and color maps; used for rigging common features across several different actors.

More Information

You can export an actor template from a currently opened actor by choosing Actor → Export Template from the application menu.

NOTE: FaceFX actors are stored in .FACEFX files.

Programs that open FXT files

Updated 12/13/2011

File Type 3Finale Plug-in

3.6 (10 Votes)
CategoryPlugin Files

.FXT File Association 3

File created for, Finale, a music notation program; contains extra features for modifying MIDI data in Finale music notation software; cannot be opened manually, the program will open the plugin upon starting.

Programs that open FXT files

Updated 11/19/2013

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