.TSPEED File Extension

TyperSpeed Sepia Settings File

Developer Seedy-Threepio
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Category Game Files
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What is a TSPEED file?

A TSPEED file is a settings file created by TyperSpeed Sepia, a typing game for Windows. TyperSpeed Sepia uses a player's settings.tspeed or sepia.tspeed file to load the player's game settings. TSPEED files are plain text files, which you can open and edit in any text editor.

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Screenshot of a .tspeed file in Microsoft Visual Studio Code
TSPEED file open in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

TyperSpeed Sepia is a typing game in which players have 35 seconds to type as many words as they can without making a mistake. When a player first opens TyperSpeed Sepia, the game creates a TSPEED file, which stores the game's settings. In Typerspeed Sepia 3.5 and above, the file is named sepia.tspeed. In earlier versions, it is named settings.tspeed.

Players can alter TyperSpeed Sepia's settings by selecting 6. Enter the settings menu. from the game's main menu. When a player alters TyperSpeed Sepia's settings, the game automatically saves the player's new settings in their TSPEED file.

Additionally, in Typerspeed Sepia 3.5 and above, if a player connects TyperSpeed to their Twitter account, the game stores the player's Twitter access token data in tweepia.tspeed.

NOTE: TyperSpeed Sepia is the first version of TyperSpeed to use TSPEED files. Previous versions did not create or use TSPEED files.

How to open a TSPEED file

You can open a TSPEED file in any text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad. Doing so will allow you to view and edit your TyperSpeed Sepia settings. If you want to edit your TyperSpeed Sepia settings from within the game, open the game and select 6. Enter the settings menu.

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Updated May 24, 2022

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