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@@ -30,6 +30,7 @@ From this page, you can configure your preferences for:
\item [Original \gdcase{} name:]{When the checkbox is activated, you can see the original name of a referenced \gdcase{} in brackets behind a new name you enter for the \gdcase{}. This can help you to see and search for \gdcases{} you have reused. }
\item[\gdstep{} information:]{When this checkbox is activated, you see the details about the \gdstep{} (the component name and type, and the action) in square brackets behind the \gdstep{} name. If you do not want to see these details, you can deactivate this checkbox.}
\item[Show referenced children:]{When this option is not active, you can only see referenced parent \gdcases{} in the \gdtestcasebrowser{}. The referenced \gdcases{} contained in these \gdcases{} are not displayed. This action can be useful if you want to improve the speed of working with the \ite{}.}
+\item [\gdproject{} auto load:]{If you have selected a \gdproject{} to be automatically loaded \bxpref{TasksAutoLoadProject}, then you can stop the auto-loading by deactivating the checkbox.}
\item [Switching to the \execpersp{}:]{When the test begins, \app{} can automatically change to the \execpersp{}. You can choose to always be asked, to always change, or to never change. }
\item [Data files location:]{You can specify a location where external data files (e.g. Excel files) are held, or use the workspace directory as the base location. }
\bxtipp{The advantage of using the workspace as a location for your data files is that you can view these in the navigator view directly in the \ite{}. Windows users can even open Excel files from the \ite{} using the In-Place editor.}

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