The stash configuration dialog is separated into three logical sections:
The mount-directory can only be changed when the stash isn't mounted and isn't busy. You can choose to use either an existing or non-existent directory. By default, it will be deleted by MEncfsM if it's empty and not in use by the stash. See also the "Persistent mount directory
" and "Non-empty mount directory
- Mount on startup
The stash will be mounted when MEncfsM starts up. You will be asked for the password if you didn't save it in the keyring.
- Mount when available
The stash will be mounted when the containing media is mounted. You will be asked for the password if you didn't save it in the keyring.
- Open in file manager
The mount directory will be opened in the file manager after the stash was successfully mounted. You can change the default file manager used by all stashes in the preferences.
- Unmount when idle after …
The stash will be automatically unmounted after it was idle for the set time.
- Save password in keyring
The password will be saved in the Gnome or KDE keyring the next time the password was successfully used on the stash. It will be deleted from the keyring when you uncheck this option.
- Persistent mount directory
The mount directory won't be removed by MEncfsM when the stash isn't mounted. It isn't recommended because it can more easily lead to accidental unencrypted file savings.
- Show in tray menu
The stash will be visible in the system tray icon's menu if it is available. You can assign it to a stash group in the Manager Window.
- Colorize tray icon when mounted
The system tray icon will be green as long as the stash is mounted.