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On the Messages page of the Settings dialog you can configure default replies to standard messages that normally ask for user confirmation. The messages are listed under several categories.
Figure 5.5. Specifying which confirmation dialogs are displayed
Each confirmation can be set to automatically accept (
Yes) or reject (
No) the action, or to ask the user for confirmation (
Ask). By default all messages ask the user to confirm the action.
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