If you look carefully, you'll see that one is archived and one is not. The one called "DCS6b" is a backup copy of "DCS6". If your RAM clears for some reason, Doors CS copies DCS6b into DCS6 to restore your preferences. Makes sense?
Couldn't you have act the same way the Mirage OS app var does (archived until used)?
and when MOS is running it is unarchived. What if a RAM clear happened then?
For those barely-fit programs that need every scrap of RAM, it would be nice if DCS would notice that (by maybe checking the program size before running it) and then archive its settings variable before running the program...
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