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 Making Selector Resident

 Making Selector resident will speed things up, and save memory if you
 have more than one selector running at the same time. If you only have
 one selector running, it makes no difference until you start one more...

 So the only time you not should make it resident is, if you don't
 use selector... very often

 You can make Selector resident by adding this line to your
 user-startup (or startup-sequence)

 Resident C:Selector pure

 (If you have Selector in C: of course)
 Note:  When this guide is started, selector is made resident by the
        guide starting script (if it not already is).

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