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Several articles are written in one

The most common cause of this problem is setting the wrong value in the “How much to do” parameter at the bottom of the Zennoposter screen. 

You could set the value here manually, or click one of the buttons at the top of the Zennoposter screen to increase this value (+1, +10, +100, or ∞):

  • If here was specified at startup “1”—within this parameter, everything is configured correctly. It is necessary to look at the value that was at startup, and not what it is now, because during successful execution the value of this parameter decreases.
  • If "-1" is an infinite number of executions. Of course, in this case, ClipAI will write articles on the same topics endlessly until work is interrupted.
  • If any other value, and non-multi-threaded mode is selected, this is precisely the problem, it should be set to “1”.

Also check that input file (if the file is used as input) not in the same folder, which is indicated in the “Output data” tab of the input settings. If at the same time in the same settings tab it is also indicated “Save ...” - “Requests in one execution - in one file (with the name of the input file)”, then the above problem may occur, because received articles are written to a file with input data with these settings. ClipAI often warns in the log if the input settings are selected incorrectly.

If in the “Output Data” tab you select “Queries in one execution - into one file” - do not forget that when you run the same article again (or an article from the same input file) will added to the same file, as in the previous launch. If you don’t want this to happen, set “Each request to a separate file.”