Basic Operations for Pass Edit

This section describes how to set a pass.

Setting sequential passes

Follow the following steps to add passes along the outline of the image.
In the following description, passes are set along the front glass.

Ensure that the Pass edit button is selected in the toolbar and left-click the upper left side of the front glass.
Release the mouse button, move the cursor in the direction indicated by the arrow, and then click the upper right side of the front glass.

Repeat the above steps along the major points of the front glass.

Finally, while hitting the upper left point, which is the start point, left-click it to close the pass, causing a pass shape to be created (Hit: The cursor is put over a point and the point color changes to red).
To complete the pass without closing it, left-click the final point.

To add a pass to an existing point, left-click the point to be linked, resulting in a sequential pass setting condition.

To delete a point, hit the point and right-click it.

The above operations are the basic operations to add passes.

Adding a point on line

Follow the following steps to add a new point on the pass line.

To add a point at the position indicated by the blue arrow, put the mouse cursor there.
When the cursor hits the line, the line color changes to red.

While the line is colored red, left-clicking the line causes the line to be separated into two parts and a point to be added between them.
If necessary, drag and move the pass.

Ramifying a line

Follow the following steps to add a line by ramifying a pass line.

Hit the position on the line indicated by the yellow arrow and left-click that position to add a point along the line.

Left-click the added point to set the sequential pass setting condition.
Add points using the sequential pass setting procedure.

It is also possible to interrupt in the line during sequential pass setting.