[Config window - Thread 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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> Execute scans and splits in a separate thread

If you check this option, all scan and split will be executed in a separate thread, so graphical user interface don't "freeze", you can minimize to system tray and you can stop running process if you wish. If you uncheck this option, software will "freeze" until a scan or split don't terminate. This option should be unchecked only for debug purpose. [Default = checked].

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> Select thread priority level (for scans and splits)

With this combobox you can choose the thread priority level of scan and split processes. If execute scans and splits in a separate thread is checked, thread priority level will be assigned to the new (separate) thread created, otherwise it will be assigned to main application thread. There are 7 different thread priority level, as you can see in SetPriorityLevel function specification (for example), and are:

Read scheduling priorities for further informations. [Default = Normal].

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