The Main Window - Wave View
Wave View emulates an enhanced dual trace oscilloscope display. Its green and red traces representing the left and right channels. At high magnification, the display is scaled in multiples of samples per division; at low magnification, it is scaled in multiples of seconds or minutes per division.
During playback, a synchronised vertical cursor moves across the window.
As you move the mouse over this window, the rightmost pane of the bottom status bar indicated the position of the mouse pointer in minutes and seconds.
The green and red traces represents the corrected wave. Both traces are overlaid on top of the uncorrected wave, which is displayed in blue. Because the traces are overlaid, the blue trace is only visible where a correction has taken place. This enables corrections to be easily identified. The light yellow band at the centre indicates the width of a selected click as estimated by Wave Corrector.
Note that the blue (uncorrected) trace is only available at zoom ranges higher than 1 second per division. At lower zoom ranges, the waveform is dimmed to indicate that the overlay is not present.
Actions available from this window
If a click correction is selected, you can immediately enter 'correction adjust' mode by holding down the left mouse button over the correction edge you want to alter and dragging to the required new width.
Double clicking over any point in the window, re-centres the display on that point. If you double click near an existing correction, Wave Corrector will 'lock on' to that correction and it will become selected.
During playback, you can click in this window to play from a new position.
You can audition the contents of the window by clicking the right mouse button and selecting the audition command from the context menu.
You can select a 'block' for special processing by holding down the left mouse button and dragging with the mouse. The selected block is highlighted in blue.