Lightroom: config.lua

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I recently learned AgNegativeCache.enabled can be set false in config.lua file (in Lightroom "app-data" folder), to disable ram caching of dev mode images, in case it's causing a memory leak on your system.

Begs the question: "What other fun stuff might one be able to put in there?"

Of particular interest, would it be possible to set the size of the negative cache to a number larger than 4 (the current cache size)?
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In addition to AgNegativeCache.enabled -- (does that apply in Lr5+??).

There is:

-- sdkDeprecation.action = 'throw'
sdkDeprecation.action = 'log'
loggers.AgSdkDeprecation = {
logLevel = "info",
action = "logfile",
}

-- Supposedly:
-- loggers.AgFTPClient = { logLevel='trace', action = "logfile" }
-- (never could get it to work)

Anything else?
Anything else?

~R.