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The ?timed behavior? I have been telling you about lets you preset the number of tracks, minutes or playlists the DeliPlayer will run through before performing one of the following actions: quit (exit Deli), LogOff, ShutDown, PowerOff. DeliPlayer goes deep down in Windows because you can even force shutdown! As well, you can set the number of seconds between the action-warning and the proper course of the specified action, should you change your mind.


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The Wizard takes you through the most important steps and you can edit afterwards all the information provided. Another VS-like feature is the possibility


The program also allows the user to skip the compression of files larger than 3GB, not because it could not handle them but because it would take a lot of time to complete. However, this option seems to be available even if "delete source files" option has not been ticked.


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