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Use these dialog boxes to manipulate the configuration that is usually stored in the
file in your home directory upon program exit. To get the global configuration information, use the
File Default
option and to get the per file information, press the respective file name.
The global information consists of the recent file list and the list of search paths that find the source code files. The latter is stored in the
File Default
UserDefines SCLSearchPaths
option and contains a list of directories, separated by semicolon
. These directories are searched in the given order for source code files to be shown in the Source View dialog box.
The per-file information holds all user-defined process groups, function groups and function group colors.
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