A python (.py) file in the root of a directory marked as "sources" is showing up with a mystery Icon and is not treated as a .python .py file, like others are. How Do I fix this?
So If an expert were wanting to display their wisdom....In addition to the "How do I fix this?"....
1) Where can I found a list/gallery/library of all these little icons and what is associated with it... (This one does NOT appear in the list Preferences/Editor/File Types. It is close to a text file, but no "X" in the upper left).
2) How can I search some file association list to see what a particular file name matches up to?
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