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.JSS File Extension

File Type 1JavaScript Style Sheet File

4.0 (3 Votes)
CategoryWeb Files

What is a JSS file?

File created in the JSS (JavaScript Style Sheets) format, an extension of the CSS language that supports multiple inheritance, whereas standard CSS only supports single inheritance; allows more flexibility when defining styles for webpages.

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The JSS files must be parsed and converted to the .CSS format before they can be used with a webpage. Therefore, you need to use the jss program as shown in the following command, which converts styles.jss to styles.css:

jss styles.jss styles.css

NOTE: JSS files use the inherit-class:, inherit-id:, and inherit-tag: syntax in CSS definitions to provide for inheritance.

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Programs that open JSS files
Updated 9/17/2018

File Type 2JACOsub Subtitle File

3.3 (3 Votes)
CategoryVideo Files

.JSS File Association 2

File created by JACOsub subtitling software; stores video subtitles in a plain text format and saves timing sequences for when to display text or graphic subtitles; originally used for overlaying English subtitles on Japanese videos, but also adopted for other languages as well.

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The JSS format is supported by several video playback programs. JSS files can be converted to other formats using subtitle editors such as URUWorks Subtitle Workshop.

Programs that open JSS files
Updated 7/9/2012

File Type 3JAWS Script

DeveloperFreedom Scientific
2.7 (3 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files

.JSS File Association 3

Script written for JAWS, a Windows screen reading application that provides text to speech functionality for Windows; stores functions that are used in the process of reading screen text; used for specifying how JAWS reads or interprets text or other information in a particular application.

Programs that open JSS files
Updated 7/9/2012

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