RTE has published a very useful guide on how to use the unscrape body visualiser to unearth some interesting things.
This guide is available in both text and visual formats.
It’s a very interesting read and is an absolute must read if you’re looking for a quick, easy way to see some interesting visualizations in your daily life.
The first step is to install the unzip and unrar utilities.
The unzip utility is one of the most useful tools available for unpackers and unarchiver.
It comes with a suite of tools for extracting archives, including a simple and very useful unpacker for the RTF format.
This unpack utility can extract files into RTF, XML, CSV and more.
To start unpacking files, you first have to select your source file and then you need to choose your destination file.
There are two ways to unpack a file: the normal method, which unpackes the source file, and the interactive method, where you can type commands.
The interactive unpack tool is very handy if you want to unpack files that you’ve extracted into other files.
The default output file will be the unpackable archive file.
In this case, the archive file is RTF and the source is a file called ‘rtw_test_file’.
The unpack file can be unpacked with the following command: unpack RTF_test.RTF In this example, the RTS file is extracted into the file ‘rts_test’, but you can also create an RTS archive file with the ‘rtt’ extension.
For example, if you have a source file ‘rtl_test’ and an RTT archive file, then you can just use the ‘rtt’ command to unzip the RTT file: rtt unpack rtl_test/rtt_test If you want, you can use a different RTS source file in the unarchive output file, which you can do with the same command.
rtt archive rtl file/rttp/rtts_unarchive_source.RTS In this instance, the file rts_t1_test is extracted and the output file rtl is created.
rtl unarchive rtl/rttl_unarchiver_source_file.RTT The interactive unpacker comes with several additional tools for unarchiving files and archives.
For a quick overview of the different tools, you should read this article: rtp unarchive (unarchive), unrar (unpacker)