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GGP - GM

  • GGP - GemCom Graphic Format
  • GGR - GIMP Gradient (The GIMP ...
  • GGS - Gameboy Emulator File
  • GGS - Audio file
  • GGX - Green Globs & Graphing ...
  • GHI - Configuration File for ...
  • GHI - NCSA Mosaic ...
  • GHO - Symantec ghost image file
  • GHS - Symantec ghost segment ...
  • GHW - GHDL Wave file - GHDL / ...
  • GI - Global Image
  • GI - Audio Utility ...
  • GI - Sonic RecordNow ! cd ...
  • GI - CD Image
  • GI - Sony CD Extreme Global ...
  • GI - Prassi or PrimoDVD Image
  • GI - UltraISO disk image file
  • GI - RecordNow ! CD Image
  • GI! - GigaSampler / GigaStudio...
  • GIB - Chart (Graph-in-the-Box)
  • GIC - BioWare Aurora Engine ...
  • GID - Windows 95 global index ...
  • GIF - Bitmap (CompuServe)
  • GIF2 - Netobjects fusion Styles...
  • GIF_ - GIF Image Filter Databgif
  • GIFAR - GIF With Java ARchive
  • GIFENX - egis Encrypted GIF File ...
  • GIFF - CompuServe bitmap image ...
  • GIFF - Graphic Interchange ...
  • GIG - Gigasampler file
  • GIG - Tascam GigaSampler File
  • GIG - GigaSampler / GigaStudio...
  • GIH - GIMP Animated Brush (The...
  • GIM - Graphics Link ...
  • GIN - GEMS Engine Control Unit...
  • GINT - Gintor Download ...
  • GIO - Nyquist V2.10 Test file
  • GIO - Nyquist MIDI File
  • GIO - Adagio Score File
  • GIR - Gens Plus ! Movie Capture
  • GIS - Erdas bitmap Header
  • GIS - Erdas gray - scale ...
  • GIT - BioWare Aurora Engine ...
  • GIW - Presentation (...
  • GIX - Graphics Link ...
  • GJD - 7th Guest Game Archive
  • GJD - 11th Hour Game Archive
  • GJD - GeoJet Professional ...
  • GJD - The 11th Hour game file
  • GJF - Gaussian Input Data File
  • GJM - Compressed audio file ( ...
  • GJS - Compressed audio file ( ...
  • GJT - GAJET Input Data File (...
  • GKA - GKWIN ( Matsushita ...
  • GKB - General Knowledge Base ...
  • GKH - Ensoniq EPS family disk ...
  • GKS - GripKey document (Gravis)
  • GL - Animation file (GRASP ...
  • GL2 - HP Graphics Language ...
  • GL3 - Green line file
  • GLADE - Glade Project File
  • GLB - Textured 3-D scene file ...
  • GLB - Microsoft Exchange ...
  • GLC - 3D Graphic
  • GLD - The GUI Loft Design ( ...
  • GLD - Glide File
  • GLD - Ground Loop Design Work ...
  • GLF - Golf Save file
  • GLF - Pointwise Tcl script
  • GLF - Grantleigh Labels
  • GLF - 3D font used by glf
  • GLF - iGolf golf course file
  • GLF - AfterGRASP font
  • GLF - Gridgen Tcl script
  • GLG - MicroSim PCBoard ...
  • GLH - Wise Installer Temporary...
  • GLI - GLHEPRO Input Data ( ...
  • GLIF - Glyph Interchange Format
  • GLK - Microsoft Office Groove ...
  • GLM - Datafile (Glim)
  • GLO - Auxiliary for glossary (...
  • GLO - Global module in Basic ...
  • GLO - Instant Text Glossary ...
  • GLOBAL - Global Makefile
  • GLOBAL - Unknown Apple II File
  • GLOS - Mac File Type
  • GLOS - MS Word Glossary
  • GLS - Datafile (Across)
  • GLT - Sothink Glenda File
  • GLUE - GlueMon audio file
  • GLUE - GlueMon song / module ...
  • GLUT - Opengl Glut -3.6 file
  • GLUT2 - Opengl Glut -3.6 file
  • GLUT3 - Opengl Glut -3.6 file
  • GLV - 2D Graphic
  • GLV - Glove Data File (New ...
  • GLY - Glossary (Microsoft Word)

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