When this option is on, Atlantis saves text and pictures to RTF documents in a more compact format.
Note that some older word processors might be unable to open such compact documents properly.
When this option is on, Atlantis suggests the first sentence of your new document as a filename when you save it for the first time.
When this option is off, the initial filename is suggested (as a rule, Doc01.rtf or similar).
When this option is on, and you close Atlantis, all currently open documents are memorized by Atlantis, and will be automatically reopened next time you launch Atlantis.
When this option is on, Atlantis displays the File | Properties... dialog when you save a document for the first time. In that dialog, you can enter document properties such as title, subject, author, keywords, and comments.
Click this button to customize the Backup Files feature of Atlantis.
When this option is on, Atlantis memorizes the current cursor position every time you save your RTF, DOC, DOCX, or COD document. Next time you open that document, Atlantis automatically places the cursor at the memorized position.
When this option is off, the cursor is placed at the beginning of the document when you open it.
Atlantis can automatically create safe copies of all open documents in their current state. In the event of a fatal crash or accidental shutdown of your computer, Atlantis will be able to restore your documents from these safe copies.
When this option is on, Atlantis creates Safe Copies for all open documents with the specified time interval.
When this option is on, and you call the Save Document As... dialog, Atlantis automatically suggests to save to a folder specified right below the "Suggest saving documents to" box.
When this option is off, the current directory is opened for browsing.
When this option is on, Atlantis will open clicked hyperlinks to supported documents (RTF, DOC, DOCX, TXT, etc) and pictures itself, ignoring the current file associations.
When this option is off, clicked hyperlinks to documents of any type will be opened by the application associated with a particular file type. For example, a hyperlink to a BMP file will be opened by MS Paint, or by another application associated with the BMP file extension.
When you paste from a Web browser to Atlantis, the clipboard data might contain not the actual images but their Web addresses (URLs). Check this option if you want Atlantis to download the actual images from the Web when required.
Click the Save to File... button to save all the current Atlantis settings to an external INI file. To load the saved settings from such an INI file, click the Load from File... button.