Hi Warwick,

Yes, do it like that, or do it at the top, so all your "settings" are 
accumulated in one single spot (On smaller to medium projects this is what 
I prefer)
Also, it is really easy to set those from within JS, so you might consider 
storing your setting inside a config/json/db, and have some programmatic 
control.

Regards
Sander

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