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   * **//Start delayed to load drivers first//:​**If V-Control runs stand alone and is started at system start automatically,​ it could be that network drivers or drivers for serial cards are not loaded when V-Control is ready. With this option V-Control starts and the waits before loading a project file.   * **//Start delayed to load drivers first//:​**If V-Control runs stand alone and is started at system start automatically,​ it could be that network drivers or drivers for serial cards are not loaded when V-Control is ready. With this option V-Control starts and the waits before loading a project file.
   * **//Compile all after loading a Project//:​** All Scripts, device Drivers and Event Scripts have to be compiled befor they can run. This happens "on the fly" if a script runs the first time. On weak machines such as Raspberry Pi or slow X86 machines this could lead to missing events or slow processing if a script runs for the first time. To avoid this, this option compiles all scripts after a project was loaded. Depending of the amount of devices, events and tasks, this could take some time. The status bar shows a progress message.   * **//Compile all after loading a Project//:​** All Scripts, device Drivers and Event Scripts have to be compiled befor they can run. This happens "on the fly" if a script runs the first time. On weak machines such as Raspberry Pi or slow X86 machines this could lead to missing events or slow processing if a script runs for the first time. To avoid this, this option compiles all scripts after a project was loaded. Depending of the amount of devices, events and tasks, this could take some time. The status bar shows a progress message.
-  * **//Select Autoload File//:** selects a file that is load during startup. The //​Clear// ​buttonremoves ​the selection. +  * **//Select Autoload File//:** selects a file that is load during startup. The //​Clear// ​button removes ​the selection. 
-  * **//​Autostart Task//:** launch the selected task if the Autostart File was loaded. **Note:** Only if an //Autostart Task// is selected, V-Control switches to Run Mode automatically. If you don't need a task running at startup, but want to enter Run Mode automatically,​ create a task that does nothing and select it here. The //​Clear// ​buttonremoves ​the selection.+  * **//​Autostart Task//:** launch the selected task if the Autostart File was loaded. **Note:** Only if an //Autostart Task// is selected, V-Control switches to Run Mode automatically. If you don't need a task running at startup, but want to enter Run Mode automatically,​ create a task that does nothing and select it here. The //​Clear// ​button removes ​the selection.
   * **//Show Engine Status//:** If checked, the load of the control engine is displayed in the main UI. //Engine Event Message Stack// shows the number of messages that are waiting for processing. //IO Queue// shows the nomber of commands in the command buffer waiting for sending. //Pending Acks// shows the nomber of Acknowledges the engine is waiting for. //Pending Channel Events// shows the number of Events waiting for processing.   * **//Show Engine Status//:** If checked, the load of the control engine is displayed in the main UI. //Engine Event Message Stack// shows the number of messages that are waiting for processing. //IO Queue// shows the nomber of commands in the command buffer waiting for sending. //Pending Acks// shows the nomber of Acknowledges the engine is waiting for. //Pending Channel Events// shows the number of Events waiting for processing.
   * **//Engine Status Refresh Time//:** Determines how often the GUI is updated with Variables and logging messages. Keep this at the default value unless you have a good reason to change this.   * **//Engine Status Refresh Time//:** Determines how often the GUI is updated with Variables and logging messages. Keep this at the default value unless you have a good reason to change this.
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