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Once the OK button is clicked in the initial preferences configuration, a window (or multiple windows) will be created, according to your configuration, for the visualization display.
Corelyzer has three primary windows:
Session Window (aka "iCores")
The Tool Palette contains frequently-used functions and modes. In a multi-display setup, the Tool Palette will follow the cursor from one display to another.
The Tool Palette buttons, from left to right:
Normal mode: Use drag-and-drop mouse gesture to pan and the mouse scroll wheel to zoom/out the visualization area.
Create annotation mode: Crop a rectangle area to create annotation over loaded core images.
Modify annotation marker mode: Select and highlight a created annotation to modify circled area and the annotation flag icon's position.
Measure mode: To specify the start and end of an interested segment. The physical measurement will be calculated based on the mapping information specified in the Display settings of Preferences configuration.
Regular navigation cursor: Only the mouse cursor will be displayed in the visualization canvas.
CrossHair cursor: In additional to the mouse cursor, a crosshair indicating the current depth will be displayed in the visualization canvas.
Common system actions:
Show/Hide main window: Show or hide the session/iCores window.
Minimize Corelyzer: Minimize all Corelyzer windows.
Quit Corelyzer: Close Corelyzer application.