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record-customizations: preference variable

Default value: 0

When you set a variable, change color settings, define a macro, or similar, Epsilon can record the setting in a customizations file named einit.ecm so it will be available in future sessions. The customizations file normally resides in a buffer named "-customizations", and Epsilon automatically saves it without prompting before you exit Epsilon, and at other times.

Set this variable to 1 if you want Epsilon to record customization settings in the "-customizations" buffer but not save them automatically; you can save them like any other file, and Epsilon will remind you to do so before exiting if there are unsaved customizations.

Set it to 2 and Epsilon will automatically save your customizations without prompting before you exit Epsilon, and at other times.

With a setting of 0, Epsilon won't automatically record customization settings in this way. You can use the list-customizations command at any time to prepare a list of current customizations, ready to save.

Also see the load-customizations variable.

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