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  1. #1

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    Sep 30, 2009
    Exclamation Converting LoggerPro .cmbl files
    I have several images that I need to place into a science report for school which are .cmbl files (from LoggerPro) and I am unable to view them on my computer. The images were created another computer that is temporarily unavailable so my only current option is changing the files on my computer. I have tried using Automator to change the files into something readable, but even once my images are changed (I was going to .jpg, .pdf, .txt, etc from .cmbl), I am still unable to view them.

    In Automator, I have been using "Rename Finder Items" to rename the .cmbl files. When I attempt to open one of the files (I have six of them) after converting them, I get this warning:

    "Couldn't open the file. It may be corrupt or a file format that Preview doesn't recognize."

    Is there another way that I can change the .cmbl files? Am I missing a step in Automator, or using the incorrect action to change the files?

    Any help is greatly appreciated! :-D

  2. #2

    Member Since
    Oct 02, 2009
    Demo version should work
    There is a free 30 day demo version of Logger Pro 3 available at:
    Logger Pro 3 Demo

    Once you have the demo installed, you can pen the file, and re-take screenshots.

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