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  • Monochromizer TM Quick Start Guide<br />OPENING AN IMAGE FILE<br />Open an image file by clicking on the Image Open tool strip button. Select the file using the Select Image File dialog box.<br />Color Selection<br />Make sure the Color Selection tab is selected. The color image file will appear to the right of the window. The corresponding black and white image is to the left. The edges may appear jagged because, depending on the size of your image file, it may be enlarged. At the far left is a group box for the first color. The default color is black (red, green and blue components all zero). Black is the default Mono Color, that is, the monochrome color (black or gray) to which a color from the color image is converted. Gray is created in the monochrome image by dithering, which is, alternating black and white pixels. Any color in the color image not explicitly assigned to black or gray will appear as white in the monochrome image. Move your cursor inside the color image. The red, green, and blue components of the color at the cursor appear in a box by the cursor. When you click on the color image, the values of the red, green, and blue components of the color at the cursor are transferred into the numeric up down controls in the selected (or only) color group box. <br />Adjust the Tolerance numeric up down to make other colors from the color image that are close to the selected color the same Mono Color. The maximum tolerance value is 128. The tolerance value is applied to red, blue, and green. <br />Click on the Add Color Tool strip button to add another color from the color image. <br />Select the desired Mono Color, select the color from the color image, and adjust the tolerance as before.<br />Image Alignment<br />Select the Image Alignment tab. The monochrome image is shown to the right. The border around the image shows the selected display size and allows you to select the alignment of the image on the display. The display size for the target device can be entered in the text boxes in the upper left. A page holds 8 vertical pixels. When the first image file is opened, the values for the display size are set to the minimum needed to contain the monochrome image. The values for the display size must be large enough to accommodate the image file. After entering the values, click the Update Display Size button. <br />If the target display height in pages is more than needed for the monochrome image, the Vertical Alignment group box is enabled and you may use its controls to adjust the vertical position of the monochrome image on the target display. If the Custom radio button is selected, the Pixels Above numeric up down is enabled and may be used to specify the vertical position on the target display.<br />If the target display width in pixels is more than needed for the monochrome image, the Horizontal Alignment group box is enabled and you may use its controls to adjust the horizontal position of the monochrome image on the target display.<br />Create Output File<br />To create your output file with a C array of your display bit pattern data, click on the MonochromizerTM tool strip button. The Select Monochromizer Output File dialog box appears. Select the folder where the file goes and type in the desired file name. This will typically be a C or C++ file. Click the Save button. Edit the file to replace the comment with the desired array variable name. 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