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SPECIAL MENU

Special Menu
FIND
Find allows the user to define a Find pattern and a Replace pattern. The Find pattern is used to find matching patterns in the image which can be replaced if so desired by the replace pattern.
PRESET FINDS
FIND FLOATS 1 Finds floats on weft face, weft back, warp face or warp back and automatically binds(cut) at halfway point.
FIND FLOATS 2 Finds floats and binds(cut) at halfway point, but avoids binding locations that are adjacent to other binders.
CORNERS 1 Finds sharp corners and blunts them. Requires at least a 3 X 3 pixel cell
CORNERS 2 Finds sharp corners and blunts them. Preserves edge connections. Requires at least a 3 X 3 pixel cell
CORNERS 3 Finds sharp corners and blunts them. Requires at least a 2 X 2 pixel cell.
CORNERS 4 Finds sharp corners and blunts them. Preserves edge connections. Requires at least a 2 X 2 pixel cell
FIND WEAVE REPEATS Finds weave repeats and replaces them with a defined color. Very useful in reverting a card image (cut/miss) back to a colorized image.
DEFINE F&R MACRO Allows the user to combine multiple find & replace sequences into one macro. Useful for auto-editing repetitive tasks.
EXECUTE F&R MACRO
Call from hard disk stored F&R MACRO and execute
FIND NEXT
Once a find pattern is defined, find next will find the next match
COUNT ALL
Counts all find pattern matches within a selection
MAKE MASK FROM FIND ALL
Creates a mask from a Find and Replace pattern
REPLACE
Replace will cause a replace to occur on the most recently found match.
REPLACE ALL
Finds all pattern matches within a selection (or entire image) and replaces each with the replacement pattern
REPL. ALL W/MIRRORS
Replaces all find pattern matches with selectable mirroring ie. pick, end, rotation.
SHOW LAST FOUND
Shows the last replace pattern found.
COLOR GROUP
Sixteen Color Groups are provided; each Color Group may contain up to 256 colors. Tools are provided for creating and modifying the Color Groups. Used whenever a group of colors should be treated as one in processes such as Masking, Find & Replace, Paint Borders, Posterize, Change Colors, creating selections, etc.
OUTLINE OPERATIONS
Outline operations modify the current active selection outline. they do not affect the underlying image
REVERSE reverses the currently active selection outline. i.e. all parts of the image that were selected will become unselected, and all previously un-selected parts will become selected.
FLIP HORIZONTAL flips the selection outline horizontally.
FLIP VERTICAL flips the selection outline vertically
ROTATE CW rotates the selection outline 90 degrees clockwise.
ROTATE CCW rotates the selection outline 90 degrees counter clockwise.
EXPAND expands the selection outline on the right and left sides or the top and bottom edges or on all sides by the number pixels designated by the user.
SHRINK shrinks the selection outline on the right and left sides or the top and bottom edges or on all sides by the number pixels designated by the user.
MOVE moves the selection outline a designated number of pixels to the right, left, up, or down.
MOVE TO relocates the position of the selection outline based on the user defined coordinates of the lower left corner of the selection/
OUTLINE MEMORY
Four outline memories are available. these provide a place to temporarily store outlines for later re-use. Stored outlines can be into the image, or into another image, or they can be used as components of more complex operations.
COPY TO MEMORY stores a copy of the current selection outline into the active outline memory.
PASTE FROM MEMORY copies an outline stored in memory to the current image.
SWAP WITH MEMORY swaps the outlines in the active memory and the active image.
ADD MEMORY adds the outline in active memory to the outline in the active image.
SUBTRACT MEM subtracts the outline in the active memory from the outline in the active image.
INTERSECT MEMORY the current image selection is merged with the active stored selection. The overlapping area of the two selections becomes the new selection.
REVERSE MEM reverses (turns inside out) the selection in active memory.
FLIP HORIZONTAL horizontally flips the active outline memory.
FLIP VERTICAL vertically flips the active outline memory.
ROTATE CW rotates the active outline memory 90 degrees clockwise.
ROTATE CCW rotates the active outline memory 90 degrees counter clockwise.
CLEAR MEM discards the contents of the active outline memory. Not undoable.
MASK>> MEM saves the current mask into the active outline memory.
SELECT MEMORY selects which of the four available outline memories will be the active one.
REACTIVATE OUTLINE
Reactivates the last selection outline.
MASKING ON/OFF
Toggles between turning mask on or off. Hot key
MASK DISPLAY ONLY
Mode in which mask overlay remains visible, but masking is OFF and masked areas are NOT protected
REVERSE MASK
Will reverse the mask. protected areas will become unprotected, and vise-versa.
CREATE/EDIT MASK
Allows the user to create new mask or perform further editing of an existing mask. Masks may be created by picking from or combining from many sources. Sources may be from COLOR GROUPS, SELECTION OUTLINES, FOREGROUND COLOR, COLOR NUMBER, PREVIOUSLY SAVED MASK, END (RANGE, PATTERN, OR SEQUENCE), PICK (RANGE, PATTERN, SEQUENCE, SHUTTLE LIST, CARD RANGE), PICK & END GRID, OR DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TWO IMAGES. ACTION Action that may take place when activating the masking option. NEW Clears current mask and then adds a new source. ADD adds a new source to the existing mask SUBTRACT subtracts a source from existing mask COMMON keeps areas that are in common to both the new source and the existing mask Sources or the entire mask may be reversed.
MASK PREFERENCE
Allows the user to determine the color of the mask overlay, as well as the percentage of coverage 25%, 50% 75% or 100%
MASK >> >> OUTLINE
Will convert the mask to a selection outline
DISCARD MASK
Will discard any currently active mask
GUIDE LINES
Allows the user to turn the lines ON/OFF, to select the units (end/pick, inches, or cm) used to specify the locations, to set the positions of up to eight horizontal and eight vertical guide lines, to select the color used for the guide lines, and to turn ON/OFF rulers along the left and top edges of the image.

 

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