- Main Window
- File Dialog
- Plot Parameters
- Plot/Spectrum Windows
The left mouse button is used to create and select regions. Use
the regions menu in the menubar to select the region type, width,
linestyle, color, and other properties. Then click and drag to create
To select regions, hold down the control key while clicking inside any region. To select multiple regions, hold down the shift key, then click and drag the mouse. To remove all selections, while holding down either the shift or control key, click outside all regions.
The right mouse button has two functions: (1) change the brightness and contrast of the displayed image, and (2) bring up a menu that allows you to interact with the regions you have created.
and dragging left and right will adjust the brightness; dragging up
and down will adjust the contrast, as in DS9.
Right click inside any region to bring up a menu. This menu allows you to change the properties of the region. If you are working with three dimensional data, you will also be able to plot an average spectrum over the region. With 3D data, you can also plot the spectrum of any pixel not inside a region by clicking on any pixel.
The middle mouse button allows you to zoom in or out. Click the button down to recenter the display about your mouse click. Scroll the middle button upwards to zoom inwards. Scroll downwards to zoom outwards. When zooming, the display will be recentered about the location where you scrolled. You mouse pointer will also be moved so zooming in on a particular location is easier.