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New saving option in CS5's Preferences

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Maybe someone could explain to me what is this option for:
in CS5 in Edit-Preferences-General:
Saving Files
Fireworks PNG Save per page thumbnails

P.S.I couldn't find FW section here....
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The option is used for multi-page PNG files, it saves thumbnails in the files metadata so that you can preview the pages.
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I wish the explaination was a bit more detailed...
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