- Paste Control...
- Clear Outside
- Repeat Command
Reverses the effect of the most recent image editing or filtering operation. Note that operations on entire stacks cannot be reversed using Undo.
Copies the contents of the current image selection to the internal clipboard and fills it with the current background colour.
Copies the contents of the current image selection to the internal clipboard. If there is no selection, copies the entire active image. The amount of image data copied is shown in the status bar. Cut,Copy and Paste of images to other applications is currently not supported. Select the Fill With Clipboard option in the File/New dialog to create a new window from the contents of SalsaJ's internal clipboard.
Inserts the contents of the internal clipboard into the active image. The pasted image is automatically selected, allowing it to be dragged with the mouse. Click outside the selection to terminate the paste. Select Edit/Undo to abort the paste operation.
After a Paste, use the Paste Control popup menu to control how the image currently being pasted is transferred to the destination image.
Except for "Blend" and "Transparent", the Paste Control transfer modes are the same as those listed in the description of Process/Image Calculator. The "Blend" mode is the same as Image Calculator "Average" mode. In "Transparent" mode, white pixels are transparent and all other pixels are copied unchanged. "Transparent" mode only works with 8-bits and RGB images.
Erases the contents of the selection to the current background colour (normally white). The backspace (or delete) key is a handy shortcut for this command.
Erases the area outside the current image selection to the background colour.
Fills the current selection with the current foreground colour. The foreground colour is set by using the dropper tool to "pick up" a new colour from an image. Alt-click with any other tool, except the magnifying glass, to temporarily switch to the dropper tool. Colours can be "picked up" from the Image/Colours window using any tool. The dropper tool icon in the tool bar is drawn in the foreground colour and the frame around it is drawn in the background colour.
Outlines the current selection using the current foreground colour and line width. The "Colours" window, opened with the Image/Colours command, provides a palette of drawing colours. Colours can be "picked" up from the "Colours" window without having to switch to the dropper tool. Use the Edit/Options/Line Width command, or double-click on the freeline tool, to change the line width.
Creates a reversed image, similar to a photographic negative, of the entire image or selection.
The commands in this submenu create, delete or modify selections.Top
You can transfer a selection from one image to another by activating the image with the selection, activating the destination image, then pressing shift-e (the keyboard shortcut for Restore Selection).
- Delete the selection by clicking outside of it
- Draw a new selection
- De-activate the image containing the selection
- Close the image containing the selection
- Open a new selection using File/New
- Use a command that deletes or modifies the selection
Use commands in this submenu to change various SalsaJ user preference settings.
Use this dialog to specify the compression level use by the File/Save As/Jpeg command. Requesting a higher degree of compression (a lower value) will produce smaller files, but poorer image quality.
Plot Width and Plot Height specify the size of the plot in pixels. If Fixed Y-axis Scale is checked, the y-axis range is fixed and the specified Y Min and Y Max values are used, otherwise, plots are scaled based on the minimum and maximum gray values. Check Do Not Save X-Values to have "List", "Save" and "Copy" in profile plot windows display or save only y-values. Check Auto-close to have profile plot windows automatically closed when "List", "Save" or "Copy" are clicked on. Check Vertical Profile to generate row average plots of rectangular areas instead of the default column average plots.
The Divide by Zero Value specifies the value used when Process/Image Calculator detects a divide by zero while dividing one 32-bit real image by another. The default is infinity. In addition to numeric values, "infinity" (positive or negative infinity), "max" (largest positive value) and "NaN" (Not-a-Number) can be entered as the Divide by Zero Value value.
Check Use Pointer Cursor and SalsaJ will use an arrow cursor instead of the default crosshair that is sometimes difficult to see on grayscale images in areas of medium brightness. This option can also be used to work around a bug on Windows where the text cursor is sometimes used in place of the crosshair. Note that SalsaJ must be restarted when running v1.33l and earlier.
Repeat the last command.