||Paste spectrum (bitmap or experimental) overlay from
||Add a spectrum to the current overlays from the clipboard
||Select a region of the overlayed spectrum for action (this
can temporarily remove unwanted parts of the overlay from
the main window).
||Clear selection of overlayed spectrum (this cancels the
action of "Select Region").
||Invert all overlayed spectra
||Remove all overlayed spectra
||Show details of overlayed spectra. See the section on the
overlay window for more
||Show calibration Dialog. See
Calibrating Spectra for how to
Prompt for data selection
|If checked, then any data
import will force the display of the Pick Channels Dialog, allowing
the type of the data in the input file to be selected. If
this is not checked, the file format is auto detected.
Import, Default to Arbitrary Units
||If not checked, on importing the vertical
scale will be set to Normalised. Use this to
ensure a vertical scale is shown on experimental spectra.
||If checked find peaks by fitting to a
|Delete Last Peak
||Delete last measured peak. (Measuring peaks is generally
done when carrying out line
position fitting, when assigning overlayed peaks to
|Clear All Peaks
||Delete all measured peaks