This dialog box allows you to configure various options when CRiSP starts up. CRiSP saves state information based on the current working directory you are in when you start and terminate CRiSP. This means you can work on a set of related files in one directory and a different set in a different directory, and when you restart CRiSP the actual set of restored files will depend on which directory you invoke it from. 


"CRiSP is awesome, especially for anyone who likes to use Brief on the PC, and hates vi. I use it for all my code development and maintenance tasks. It's also great for editing binary files or very large files, or files which have very long lines, which cause other editors to choke."

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