The global options cover a number of aspects of the overall operation of .To configure the Global options open the Preferences dialog and go to Global.
The following options are available in the Global preferences
Automatic Version Checking - This option sets whether Syncro SVN Client will check for a new version on startup.
Language - This option sets the language used in the user interface
to English, French, German, Dutch, or Japanese. You must restart Syncro SVN Client for
the change to take effect.
Other language - This option sets the language used in the user
interface using an interface localization file. You can use this option to set the language of the user interface to a language
that is not shipped with Syncro SVN Client.
Note: If some interface labels are not
rendered correctly after restarting the application, (for example Chinese or Korean
characters are not displayed correctly), make sure that your operating system has the
appropriate language pack installed (for example the East-Asian language pack).
Line separator - This option sets the line separator used when saving
files. Use System Default to select the normal line separator for
your OS. If you want the existing file separator of a file to be maintained, regardless of
your current OS, check Detect the line separator on file open.
Detect the line separator on file open - When this option is
selected, the editor detects the line separator when a file is loaded and it uses it when
the file is saved. New files are saved using the line separator defined by
theLine separator option.
Show memory status - When this option is selected, the memorySyncro SVN Client uses is displayed in the status bar. To free memory, click the
Free unused memory button located at the right side of
the status bar. The memory status bar turns yellow or red when Syncro SVN Client uses
too much memory. You can change the amount of memory available to Oxygen by changing the parameters of the
Show Java vendor warning at startup - If this option is selected, Syncro SVN Client displays a warning on startup if a non-recommended version of the Java
virtual machine is being used.
Show hidden files and directories - If this option is selected, Syncro SVN Client shows system hidden files and folders in the file browser dialog and
the folder browser dialog. This setting is not available on OS X.