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.JAP File Extension

File Type 1Nonogram Puzzle File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.9 (7 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

What is a JAP file?

File used by nonogram puzzle programs, such as QNonograms; contains a nonogram puzzle, which consists of numbers and cells in a grid.

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Nonogram puzzles, which are also known as griddlers, paint-by-numbers, hanjie, etc., are puzzles made up of cells in a grid that must be colored or left blank in order to reveal a picture. The puzzles contain numbers for each grid row and column that indicate the number of colored square sets. With this information, you must choose which squares are colored and which squares are blank in order to solve the puzzle and reveal the image.

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Programs that open JAP files
Windows
QNonograms
Linux
QNonograms
Updated 9/30/2014

File Type 2Japanese Nintendo 64 Game ROM

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
2.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryGame Files
FormatBinary

.JAP File Association 2

Game file used by Nintendo 64 emulators such as Project64; saves a copy of the original game cartridge and can be played on a PC with supporting emulation software.

More Information

The ".jap" file extension means that the game is localized in Japanese. However, ".jap" is rarely used for ROMs. Nintendo 64 ROMs more commonly use the .N64 file extension.

Programs that open JAP files
Updated 3/26/2013

File Type 3jAlbum Project Settings File

DeveloperjAlbum
Popularity
2.0 (1 Vote)
CategorySettings Files
FormatN/A

.JAP File Association 3

A JAP file is a project settings file created by jAlbum, a program used to create and manage photo galleries. It contains settings for a jAlbum album, which include the style, type of skin, skin font, and skin text color of the album.

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A JAP file is created by jAlbum when you save a project for the first time by selecting Menu → File → Save. The JAP file is generated along with several other project files, which include .PROPERTIES, .TXT, and .HTT files.

JAP files are saved by default in the "My Albums" folder. However, you can change the default location by selecting Menu → jAlbum → Preferences → Album in Windows. In macOS, you can select Menu → Tools → Preferences.

jAlbum is similar to a photo manager, such as Microsoft Photos and Apple Photos. The software allows you to organize photos into albums, use basic editing tools, and upload albums to the web as HTML- or Flash-based galleries.

Common JAP Filenames

jalbum-settings.jap - The default name given to jAlbum JAP projects.

Programs that open JAP files
Windows
jAlbum
Mac
jAlbum
Updated 4/17/2018

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