Set preferences for the way you want to use ClickOnceMore.
When the application starts
You can choose to open either the most recently opened project file or to create a new empty project when ClickOnceMore is run.
Automatically replace "Debug" or "Release" in inclusion rules with the
Check this box to automatically replace the word Debug or Release with the DebugOrRelease macro value when you browse for a file or folder. This can be helpful when selecting dlls or other files that reside in Visual Studio bin\debug and bin\release folders.
The DebugOrRelease macro will be replaced with Debug or Release at build time according to the value of Configuration in the project properties dialog.
See Macros for more details on macros in ClickOnceMore.
Show context help area
Choose whether or not to show the context help summary at the bottom of each page.
Overwrite existing deployments when building
Check to allow ClickOnceMore to overwrite existing files and folders when building. If this is not checked and a file or folder already exists the build will not complete.
Create output directories if they don't exist
Check to allow ClickOnceMore to create missing output directories when building. If this is not checked and the output folder does not exist the build will not complete.
Display the deployment page after a successful build
Check this to open a new browser window at the deployment page after each completed build. See Web Page for more details.
Open the output directory after a successful build
Check this to open the output folder in Windows Explorer after each completed build.