[Config window - General page]

(please move over the option/feature of your interest and then left click it...)

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> Accept current configuration

With this button you will accept and save current configuration.

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> Cancel configuration

With this button you will cancel current configuration and rollback to previous one.

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> Default configuration

With this button you will load the default configuration. NOTE - You need to press accept button to confirm the default configuration.

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> Associate CUE Splitter with .cue extension

With this button you can associate .cue file extension with CUE Splitter! So if you double-click over a .cue file from Windows explorer, it will be automatically loaded by CUE Splitter. NOTE - You need at least a "power user" account level to use this feature.

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> Automatically check for Internet updates at startup

If you check this option, everytime you start CUE Splitter, it will perform a check for software updates: download takes only 10 bytes, but you need an active Internet connection. If you uncheck this option, no automatic check will be made. [Default = checked]

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> Show milliseconds on track length field of main window

If you check this option, track length field of main window, is displayed in MM:SS.CCC (minutes, seconds and milliseconds [from 0 to 999]) format. If you uncheck this option, track length field of main window, is displayed in MM:SS (minutes and seconds) format. [Default = unchecked].

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> Save position and size of main window on exit

If you check this option, position and size of main window is saved when you quit the program and then they will be restored when the program restart. Column widths of main grid are saved too. If you uncheck this option, main window position will always be the screen center and size always 640x480. [Default = checked].

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> Generate an M3U file during split process

If you check this option, an M3U file containing the playlist with splitted file names is generated during a split process. If you uncheck this option, M3U file is not generated. [Default = checked].

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> Generated M3U file name use a file mask

If you check this option, generated M3U file name will use the file mask defined in M3U file mask editbox. If you uncheck this option, M3U file name will be equal to source CUE sheet file name. [Default = checked]. This option is enabled only if generate an M3U file during split process is checked.

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> M3U file mask editbox

Here you can specify a file mask, for generated M3U file names, with a limited number of tokens. Actually, tokens you can use in a M3U file mask are:

Please, read carefully edit M3U file mask and file mask sections too . [Default mask = [%A] %T]. This editbox is enabled only if generate an M3U file during split process and generated M3U file name use a file mask are both checked.

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> Edit M3U file mask

With this button you can open a dialog and edit the M3U file mask. When you press this button, a dialog appear like the screenshot below and, as you can see in the "Help" group, some tokens are grayed (disabled). This happen because grayed tokens, obviously, cannot be used for an M3U file mask: they refer specifically to tracks. Back to dialog ... enter your preferred file mask in "Mask value:" field, then click "Accept" button to confirm the edit, "Cancel" button to cancel this operation or "Help" button to view an image containing informations about tokens. This button is enabled only if generate an M3U file during split process and generated M3U file name use a file mask are both checked.

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> Create a new CUE sheet file during split process

If you check this option, a new CUE sheet file, reflecting the splitted files, is created during a split process. If you uncheck this option, no CUE sheet file is created. [Default = checked].

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> Created CUE sheet file name use a file mask

If you check this option, created CUE sheet file name will use the file mask defined in CUE sheet file mask editbox. If you uncheck this option, CUE sheet file name will be equal to source CUE sheet file name. [Default = checked]. This option is enabled only if create a new CUE sheet file during split process is checked.

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> CUE sheet file mask editbox

Here you can specify a file mask, for created CUE sheet file names, with a limited number of tokens. Actually, tokens you can use in a CUE sheet file mask are:

Please, read carefully edit CUE sheet file mask and file mask sections too . [Default mask = [%A] %T]. This editbox is enabled only if create a new CUE sheet file during split process and created CUE sheet file name use a file mask are both checked.

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> Edit CUE sheet file mask

With this button you can open a dialog and edit the CUE sheet file mask. When you press this button, a dialog appear like the screenshot below and, as you can see in the "Help" group, some tokens are grayed (disabled). This happen because grayed tokens, obviously, cannot be used for a CUE sheet file mask: they refer specifically to tracks. Back to dialog ... enter your preferred file mask in "Mask value:" field, then click "Accept" button to confirm the edit, "Cancel" button to cancel this operation or "Help" button to view an image containing informations about tokens. This button is enabled only if create a new CUE sheet file during split process and created CUE sheet file name use a file mask are both checked.

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> Initial directory is same as source CUE sheet

When you press the Split! button in main window, a browse for folder dialog appear before splitting process starts, to select an output directory. If this option is checked, initial directory of that dialog is equal to source CUE sheet directory. [Default = unchecked].

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> Initial directory is last directory used

When you press the Split! button in main window, a browse for folder dialog appear before splitting process starts, to select an output directory. If this option is checked, initial directory of that dialog is equal to last directory used. If there isn't any "last directory used" (this happen only the first time you use CUE Splitter), then the initial directory will be source CUE sheet directory. [Default = checked].

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> Initial directory is your specified directory

When you press the Split! button in main window, a browse for folder dialog appear before splitting process starts, to select an output directory. If this option is checked, initial directory of that dialog is equal to specified output directory editbox. If specified output directory editbox is empty, then the initial directory will be source CUE sheet directory. [Default = unchecked].

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> Specified output directory editbox

This is the initial directory used by the option initial directory is your specified directory. Usually you don't need to change this value manually, use nearby button choose output directory instead. This editbox is enabled only if initial directory is your specified directory is checked.

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> Choose output directory

When you press this button a browse for folder dialog appear and here you can select a folder used as output directory. This button is enabled only if initial directory is your specified directory is checked.

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> Specified directory must be validated

This option is used along with initial directory is your specified directory. If you uncheck this option, when you press Split! button in main window, a browse for folder dialog don't appear and all files are automatically written into your specified output directrory. With this option you can speed-up splits if you are sure that all files should be stored into a common directory. If specified output directrory is empty or bad, a browse for folder dialog appear. This checkbox is enabled only if initial directory is your specified directory is checked. [Default = checked].

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