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insert-default-response: preference variable

Default value: 1

If this variable is 1, at many prompts Epsilon will insert a default response before you start typing. The default response will be highlighted, so typing any text will remove it. If you turn off typing-deletes-highlight, you may wish to set this variable to 0.

While prompting for text, Epsilon can temporarily set this variable to other values. A value of 2 makes Epsilon insert its default text without highlighting it. This means the text won't automatically be deleted when you begin typing. A value of 3 inserts the default text, doesn't highlight it, and prepares to modify your file name response as you type it. See the description of prompt-with-buffer-directory.

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