[Config window - Miscellaneous 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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> Hidden track detection margin (in seconds)

Sometimes CD-DA has tracks hidden into the pregap zone, instead of silence or song annunciation: this is called "hidden track". There is no way to estabilish which pregap is an hidden track, and which not: so in CUE Splitter I use the pregap length itself to determine this. If a pregap length is longer than "Hidden track detection margin, in seconds:" value, it can be an "hidden track" and a user message appear like the screenshow below. So in this editbox you must specify how many seconds should be long, at max, a track pregap. [Default = 20 seconds].

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> Default ANSI codepage

With this combobox you can select your default ANSI codepage used each time an ANSI "stuff" is handled. For example when you load a CUE sheet file or when you load ID3v2 tags, both encoded in ANSI format, current default codepage is used (if none is specified). Usually default item (the first in list) work fine for all systems. You must change this value only if you need to handle ANSI "stuff" encoded in a specific codepage, different from your current operating system. [Default = system default codepage].

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> Insert customized 'CUE Splitter' comment on generated CUE sheet files

If you check this option, when you save a CUE sheet file manually or a CUE sheet file is generated automatically by CUE Splitter, a comment header is added at the beggining of output text file; like this:

;
;--[ Created by CUE Splitter ]--
;
;----[ http://www.enfis.it ]----
;

Some programs do not recognize correctly this comment style, so if you get trouble you must uncheck this option to completely eliminate this header text block. [Default = checked].

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> Text encoding of automatically generated CUE sheet files

With this combobox you can select the text encoding for automatically generated CUE sheet files. Some programs accept only text file in ANSI encoding. [Default = UTF16 encoding].

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