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AutoThresholdLevel

Menu Selection:
Noise -> Set Threshold Segmentation

Legend:
0: The threshold level is manually set
1: The threshold level is automatically set

Auto-set:
Checking the "Autoset" checkbox sets the %AutoThresholdLevel to 1. When the "Autoset" checkbox is clicked, the manual threshold settings are ignored.

High Color:
Real: When the high color is set to "Real", the predominant high color is used as one of the two colors. For example, if the image is black on yellow, the color yellow is used for the lighter color.

Default: When the high color is set to "Default", white is used as the high color. For example, if the image is black on yellow, the color white is used for the lighter color rather than yellow.

Low Color:
Real: When the low color is set to "Real", the predominant low color is used as one of the two colors. For example, if the image is dark blue on gray, the dark blue color is used for the darker color.

Default: When the low color is set to "Default", black is used as the low color. For example, if the image is dark blue on gray, black is used for the darker color rather than dark blue.

Set Threshold Segmentation

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