Standard library modules

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Standard library modules

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The module library is supplied with the application installation package and is installed simultaneously with the application. The library is available on the left side panel of the main program window.

 

Module library

Module library

 

The contents of the library are located in one of the directories specified in the program settings. The default directory is "%grossgrade%\ModuleLibrary\". The standard library supplied with the application installation package contains several subdirectories, divided into conditional categories of the modules contained in them.

 

Modules can be displayed in the library with the following conditional icons:

module_library_Icon_ModuleNone Module for analysis. Cannot act as a graphics data processor in a layer and cannot act as a layer mask. Usually such modules are suitable for loading into the "Post-analysis" panel.

module_library_Icon_ModuleProc Module for graphic data processing. Usually such modules are suitable for loading into a layer to make any color correction of the image.

module_library_Icon_ModuleBoth Module for graphic data processing, with the ability to generate a mask. Typically, such modules are suitable for both loading into a layer and loading into a layer calculated mask.

module_library_Icon_ModuleMask Module-mask. Typically, such modules are suitable for loading into a layer calculated mask.

See Graph arrangement limitations for details on how to create each module type.

 

Using modules from the library

 

When you hover over the mouse, you can see a tooltip that shows a thumbnail of the module's appearance, as well as a brief description of its functionality.

 

To load a module from the library, double-click its name in the list and the module will be loaded into the current layer. If there is already a module in the layer, it will be replaced without warning.

 

To load a module from the library as nested, double-click its name in the list with the Shift key pressed to select it in the list, and then click in the desired location on the control panel. The module will be loaded as a nested module in the current layer module.