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Hello all, I know that when I want to change the substitution option on a file, I update it with the new substitution option and then do a forced commit. I wonder what happens when I do a checkout (of a whole project) with the -kk option and then do my normal commits. Does it change the substitution option in the repository? What I want is to have a sandbox with not expanded keywords, but I don't want to change the expansion option in the repository. The files are committed with the default -ko setting and have keywords in them. I want to have these keywords not expanded in my sandbox, which I can get through a checkout with -kk. But I don't want to commit this -kk setting; I want it to be local, in my sandbox only. Is this possible? Thanks, Gerhard