1 - This is the temporary folder where packaged stencils are created until they are transferred online or used locally.

2 - This is the folder where custom stencils will be stored locally.

3 - When checked, it forces CodeStencil to always check for and download updated stencils, which will then be installed whenever CodeStencil restarts.


These all relate to how the application handles Reverse Engineering of source codes.

4 - When this is checked, empty folders are ignored.

5 - The files with these extensions will be excluded.

6 - These folders will be excluded during import.

7 - The files with these extensions will be compressed.

8 - The label is used to construct new expansion labels when a label with the same name already exists. Though rare, you can have a label of a Code Nanite duplicated because the vendors who created your

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