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.JSF File Extension

File Type 1Java Script Command File

DeveloperAdobe Systems
3.7 (24 Votes)
CategoryExecutable Files

What is a JSF file?

A JSF file is a script command file created by Fireworks, a graphics editor application. It contains JavaScript code commands that perform certain actions in Fireworks, such as converting a shape color to gray or resizing a shape.

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To create a JSF file:

  1. Perform a set of tasks on your stage, for e.g., create a circle and fill in the circle with a color.
  2. Select those steps in the "History" pane (most likely in the top-right).
  3. Click the floppy disk icon to save the steps and name your command.
  4. Verify that your command was created by selecting Commands from the menu, your command should appear at the bottom.

For Mac users, JSF files are stored in the following directory:
Macintosh HD > Applications > Adobe Fireworks > Configuration > Commands or Command Panels

For Windows Users, JSF files are stored in the following directory:
C:Program Files\Adobe Fireworks\Configuration\Commands or Command Panels

NOTE: Adobe ceased development of Fireworks in May 2013, but it is still available in Creative Cloud as the Creative Suite 6 version.

Common JSF Filenames

Convert to Grayscale.jsf - Preset command under the Creative option in the Commands menu (held in the "Creative" folder in the directory) that converts your shape color to grayscale.

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Programs that open JSF files
Updated 4/6/2018

File Type 2Project64 Joystick File

2.3 (6 Votes)
CategorySettings Files

.JSF File Association 2

Joystick configuration file used by Project64, a Nintendo 64 emulator for Windows; used for mapping the buttons of third-party joysticks and controllers to standard Nintendo 64 controls.

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Individual JSF files may be created for different types of controllers. This allows multiple third-party controllers to be used with Project64.

Programs that open JSF files
Updated 10/13/2009

About JSF Files

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