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Wink output conversion

I have cooked up a little script that pulls the text out of a Wink output file, and coverts it into easy to read instructions. This is out here in case anyone lands here from Google, or elsewhere. To generate this file, inside Wink, click on “Project”->”Export Text to File” (or Ctl+F9). For example, the Wink output file is shown below:

NumFrames: 289
Frame: 1
Title:
NumCallouts: 4
+--->
This tutorial will cover management of assignments, and how to create ongoing assignments.
Click the "Play" button below to advance to the next slide.
+--->
Frame: 2
Title:
NumCallouts: 1
+--->
To begin, click "Login" and complete the form, then click the "Login" button.

Gets converted into this:

1. This tutorial will cover management of assignments, and how to create ongoing assignments. Click the "Play" button below to advance to the next slide.
2. To begin, click "Login" and complete the form, then click the "Login" button.

Download from here, or just run it

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