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Does anyone know where I can read a manual of some kind for OnyX 2.2.3? Would like a better understanding of the settings.

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Thank you for the link. I found that thread before I started this one but I think I need the "for Dummies" version. There are a lot of settings in there, some checked and some not. I just don't understand what they all do if I...check this one or uncheck that one. Searched around a little and did not find anything.

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