After Your Contract Is Deployed: You have the ability to adjust these settings, allowing you to shape the future direction of your token. In this documentation, we are detailing each setting's function and its purpose.
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    Renounce Ownership: When you renounce ownership, you will no longer have any control over your contract. The centralized privileges will be lost. This action is irreversible; once it's done, you won't be able to make any changes to the settings anymore, and the ownership will be transferred to the 0x0 address.
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    Transfer Ownership: When you transfer ownership, you're basically giving someone else the control over your contract. You lose all the special rights you had with the contract. The new owner can now change settings and decide how the contract works. Keep in mind, this action can't be undone - once you've done it, you won't have control anymore because the contract now belongs to the new address you've transferred it to.
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    Enable Trading: This function is required to activate the trading of your contract. It can only be used once and cannot be reversed. Once enabled, trading will remain active.
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    Claim Stuck Tokens: This feature allows you to reclaim any tokens that have been sent to your contract. If someone mistakenly sends their tokens to your contract address, you can retrieve them by entering the contract address of the token into the withdrawal function. This action will enable you to withdraw all the tokens that have been sent to your contract.
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    Add Liquidity: Should you wish to increase the liquidity of your pool, simply choose the 'Add Liquidity' option. From there, you can select the specific amounts of ETH and tokens you want to contribute to the pair.
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    Marketing Wallet: This is where all tax collections are gathered. If you wish to change the designated marketing wallet, you can do so by inputting your desired address.
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    Enable Transfer Tax: If you'd like to apply taxes on transfers, you have the option to enable this feature. Once activated, all transaction fees on purchases will also apply to transfers. If needed, you can disable this feature at any time.
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    Fee Exclusion: If you're planning to engage in market making or generate more volume for your token, or if you have a staking contract that you wish to exempt from fees, this feature is for you. By simply adding the Wallet/Contract Address, you can exclude that particular address from any fees.
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    Buy/Sell Tax: With the Buy Tax and Sell Tax functions, you have the flexibility to adjust fees even after the contract has been deployed. However, please note that the total fee cannot be set higher than 30%. You have the option to modify the reflection fee, marketing fee, liquidity fee, and burn fee.
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    Max Transaction Amount: Using this feature, you can set a limit on the amount of tokens that can be bought or sold in a single transaction. This can help prevent 'whales' from making large purchases in the initial transaction, protecting your token from rapid price fluctuations. Simply specify the amount you want as the maximum per transaction, and it will be set.
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    Enable Max Transaction Limit: You have the option to turn the transaction limit on or off at any time. Disabling this feature can make it easier for people to purchase your token, as it allows them to buy as many as they want without any restrictions.
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    Max Wallet: The "Max Wallet" feature lets you decide the highest amount each wallet can hold. If you want each holder to have only 1%, you can set it that way and change it whenever you want. But remember, you can't set it lower than 0.1%.
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    Max Wallet Limit: This feature gives you the flexibility to switch the maximum wallet limit on or off as per your needs. Turning off this feature could potentially simplify the process of purchasing your token for users, as it doesn't enforce a strict percentage limit.
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    SwapTokensAtAmount: This feature is essential if you've established fees on your contract. As fees are collected from each transaction, they're stored in a threshold. Once the accumulated tokens reach the specified amount (which could be, for instance, 0.1% of the total supply), the system will sell these tokens in exchange for the marketing fee in ETH/BNB. This ensures the fees are effectively utilized.