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NUTS.ini file

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Configuration: The NUTS.INI file

When the NUTS program is run, it automatically sets internal operational parameters to some default values. After setting these default values, the NUTS program looks for a configuration file called nuts.ini. If it finds the file, NUTS looks through the file for keywords followed by a value. For every keyword found, the default value of the keyword parameter is changed to the value specified in the configuration file. This allows each user to customize NUTS to his/her own preferences. Use any text editor to make changes in the nuts.ini file which is supplied with the NUTS program. There are extensive comments included in the file, and it is suggested that users read through the file supplied with Nuts, to acquaint themselves with the options it provides.

Some of the parameters set by the nuts.ini file can be overridden after the program is started. The reason for setting these parameters using the nuts.ini file is that they remain set to the user’s choice every time NUTS is run. These include the axis label, minimum height for peak picking, page setup for plots (whether or not to print parameters or draw a box around the plot, plot margins) and choice of font for the different types of text used in the program.

While NUTS is running, it is possible to reset default parameters to those specified in the nuts.ini file using the non-2-letter command NUTSINI.

It is possible to use a different nuts.ini file when NUTS starts, which would allow users sharing a computer to have personalized nuts.ini files.  This is done by adding an argument to the command line when Nuts is started.  For example, the following command would use a file called fred.ini in

nuts.exe -i fred.ini

A full path to the nuts.ini file can be specified using double or single quotes.

See also: other startup options

A sample configuration file is shown below.  It is divided into the following sections:

General Configuration – header version, UnDo, scrollbars
Directories – set defaults for working data directory, import directory, macro directory
Import – invoke automatic spectrum reverse on import of specific file types
Help – choices for Help files
Routines – set some initial values
Axis Labels
Phase – set mouse direction, sensitivity
FB – default baseline correction mode for FB command
Print – set pen width, choices for parameters on plots, box around plots, color, margins
Color – set colors for spectrum, axis, integrals, contour levels
Stacked Plot – X and Y offsets
Peak Picking – appearance of peak labels and peak lists
Offset Information – interpolation and snap-to-peak settings
Line Broadening
Line Fit – default lineshape for deconvolution
Macro – map function keys to specific macros
Links – define linked command lists
Font – set fonts for axis, peak labels, integral labels, etc.

;   NUTS.INI  ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [GENERAL CONFIGURATION]   ;  All blank lines and lines starting with a ";" are ignored. ;  The first word on other lines becomes the keyword. ;  The remaining part of the line in the value for the keyword ;  The keyword and values are case insensitive   ; Over time, the file format for the NUTS header has changed ; to accommodate new features and capabilities.  The 3 versions ; are referred to as header types 1, 2 and 3.  All are described ; in the Help files.   NUTS_HEADER_VERSION = 3  ;  Flag used to reduce the level of questions NUTS asks ;  is areas where the data could be destroyed if the program ;  continues.  Tends to make the command level operation ;  directly from the keyboard more like a Link or Macro was  ;  controling NUTS operation.   ;  If this term is not going to be used then leave a semicolon in front ;  of it so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore it and  ;  use its own internal default of EXPERT_MODE = FALSE. ;EXPERT_MODE = TRUE  ; Nonsub-routine commands can have an undo buffer of 10. ; If the flag below is set to TRUE the undo buffers ; will save buffers to the disk with each two letter ; command.  This can take time depending on the size ; of the file and speed of the disk.  This is especially ; true of 2D files. ;UNDO = TRUE  ; Nonsub-routine commands were originally two letter ; commands which automatically executed after entering ; the second character on the keyboard. ; If the flag below is set to TRUE then an <ENTER> is ; required before the command is executed by default when ; NUTS is started.  In this non two letter command mode ; commands can be longer than two letters.  This mode can ; be toggled on and off while NUTS is running with the : 2N (2 letter command mode oN) and 2F (2 letter command  ; mode oFf). ;CR_FOR_COMMANDS = TRUE  ;  By default NUTS has a toolbar at the top of the window ;  below the menu.  If the semicoln is removed on the next  ;  line, this feature will be disabled. ;Toolbar = FALSE  ;  By default NUTS does not display Gridlines on the ;  display or plots.  If the parameter below is set to TRUE  ;  Then gridlines will be displayed on NUTS startup. ;  This gridline display can be toggled on and off with ^G. ;GRIDLINES = TRUE  ;  If a line is "MetaObjectFile" the next line is read  ;  as a filename of a Windows Enhanced MetaFile on the ;  disk to be added to the MetaObjects for display and ;  printing.  The first item in the line is the file name. ;  The next 2 numbers define the x,y position of the upper ;  left corner of the object.  They are expressed as a  ;  fraction of the total width and height of the screen ;  or plot.  The last 2 numbers define the object's ;  height and width, expressed as a fraction of the ;  height and width of the screen or plot. ; ;  NOTE: ;  Enhanced metafiles are not supported in Windows 3.1 ;  under Win32s or on the Macintosh.  If they are called ;  the call will be ignored and no metaobject will be seen. ; ;  NOTE: ;  If the MetaFile is not in the same directory as the NUTS ;  program, then a full path must be included.  If a full  ;  path is not included, then the display can come as go as ;  working directories are changed inside NUTS. ; ;  NOTE there can be more than one of these "MetaObjectFile" ;  line pairs in the INI file. ; ;  NOTE %NutsRoot% indicates the directory where the NUTS.INI ;  file is at ;MetaObjectFile ;%NutsRoot%acorn.emf 0.01 0.01 0.06 0.10   ;  AXIS keyword has legal values of HEADER, NONE, HZ PPM, and POINTS ;  The keyword header means the file header value should be used. ;  Other keywords override the file header values. AXIS = ppm  ;  The default label for the main menu View / Spectral Parameters ;  and the 2D axis display can be set with the lines below. DIMLABEL1 = Direct Dimension DIMLABEL2 = Indirect Dimension 1 DIMLABEL3 = Indirect Dimension 2 DIMLABEL4 = Indirect Dimension 3  ;  If this line contains a valid macro, the macro will ;  be executed when NUTS starts. ;AutoExecMacro = C:NUTSMACSGET_EB.MAC   ;  The default for NUTS is to NOT read a file tailer when ;  reading a file.  This is so information such as integral regions ;  and DP lists can be carried over from one spectrum to another. ;  The NUTS behavior can be modified by checking the option ;  under the FILE menu. ;  Setting the keyword below to TRUE makes the default behavior in ;  NUTS to be to read the tailer with each new file read. AUTOTAILER = FALSE   ;  When the HORIZONTAL_SCROLL_BARS flag is set to TRUE the ;  ZO and ID subroutines of the NUTS program will have ;  a bottom horizontal scroll bar for moving the displayed ;  region left and right. HORIZONTAL_SCROLL_BARS = TRUE   ;  When this flag is set to TRUE the NUTS program will ;  close Windows when NUTS is exited. Exit_Windows = FALSE   ;  CALCTYPE keyword allows the Macintosh version of NUTS to ;  set the floating point math calculations to the internal ;  math coprocessor (68881) on 68K Macintosh stystems.  Power ;  Macs should set this to WIN32 to allow floating point  ;  math emulation. ;  For 68K macs with math coprocessor uncomment next line ;CALCTYPE = NATIVE   ;  By default NUTS will set the initial windows position and size ;  to defalut sizes as determined by the operating system. ;  The values below can be set to override the default behavior ;  and set the X and Y upper left corner of the starting screen ;  and the X width and Y width of the starting screen. ;  All units are in screen pixels. ;  All four values must be set or this entry is ignored. ;X0_START = 3; ;Y0_START = 3; ;XW_START = 900; ;YW_START = 700;    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [DIRECTORIES]   ; NUTS can be configured to not overwite existing files.  ; This requires all file saves to be to a non-exiting file name. ;NO_FILE_OVERWRITE = TRUE  ;  DATADIR is the default path name for NUTS file open command. ;  If this term is used, it must be a full path name like ;  "C:NUTSDATA" ;  If this term is not going to be used then leave a semicolon in front ;  of it so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore it and  ;  use its own internal defaults. ;DATADIR = C:NUTSDATA  ;  IMPORTDIR is the default path name for NUTS file import command. ;  If this term is used, it must be a full path name like ;  "C:NUTSDATA" ;  If this term is not going to be used then leave a semicolon in front ;  of it so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore it and  ;  use its own internal defaults. ;IMPORTDIR = C:NUTSDATA  ;  If DEFAULT_IMPORT_OUT_DIR is set to a value below then that directory ;  will be the default path where NUTS will put all imported files. ;  The default data directory will also be reset to this directory with each import. ;  If DEFAULT_IMPORT_OUT_DIR is not set, then all imported files will go ;  to the current Data Directory which is updated with each GA or GB operation. ;DEFAULT_IMPORT_OUT_DIR = C:NUTSDATA   ;  MACRODIR is the default path name where NUTS will first look for ;  macros when using the run macro (RU) command. ;  If this term is used, it must be a full path name like ;  "C:NUTSDATA" ;  If this term is not going to be used then leave a semicolon in front ;  of it so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore it and  ;  use its own internal defaults. ;MACRODIR = C:NUTSMAC  ;  ZZ_FILE_PATH is the default path name for NUTS ZZ auto-import command. ;  ZZ_FILE_TYPE is the default import type for NUTS ZZ auto-import command. ;  If these terms are used, it must be a full path and file name like ;     "C:NUTSDATAFILE.QE" ;  and a legal import type like: ;     "ZZ_FILE_TYPE = LYBRICS" ;  If ZZ_FILE_TYPE = Auto  is used the imported file will be auto ;  identified using NUTS standard file detection scheme. ;  If these terms is not going to be used then put a semicolon in front ;  of it so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore it and  ;  bring a File Open Dialog inquiry the first time ZZ is used each ;  NUTS sesion. ZZ_FILE_PATH = D:PGCODENUTSDATAQEEB.FID ZZ_FILE_TY
PE = Auto   ;  Some reports and functions created or used by NUTS use ;  the system browser.  NUTS needs the full path name to ;  the desired browser to do this. ;  If the browser is "NONE" these the browser launch and report ;  are skipped. ;BROWSER = NONE ;  If the path has spaces the path needs to be enclosed in quotes. ;  If you prefer a different browser then prvide the full path to that ;  browser. ;  Default Directory for Window NT 4 ;BROWSER = C:Program FilesPlus!Microsoft Internetiexplore.exe ;  Default Directory for Windows 98 and Windows 2000 BROWSER = C:Program FilesInternet Exploreriexplore.exe  ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [IMPORT] ;  Some file transfer processes from Bruker unix systems ;  to the PC world incorporate a "byte swap" in the file ;  transfer process. The NUTS importing process wants the ;  file to be an exact image of the Bruker Unix system fid ;  and will get these files wrong on importing.  If the  ;  parameters of these files are imported correctly but ;  the fid is wrong, set the parameter below to TRUE. BRUKER_UNIX_BS = false  ;  Some file transfer processes result in the "real" fid and ;  "imaginary" fids being in either the opposite order or  ;  the wrong relative phase direction.  NUTS makes a best ;  guess from the header information to correctly determine ;  this. The result of importing this kind of data is that ;  after FT the spectrum is backwards and requires an SR. ;  However, if with the data you use most this is consistently ;  required the flag below can be set to TRUE and NUTS will ;  swap the FIDs on all importing processes. RI_ON_IMPORT = FALSE  ;  Some file transfer processes from Bruker Aspect systems ;  have the "real" fid and "imaginary" fid in the  ;  opposite order.  We have been unable to identify ;  any header information to detect this. In addition, we ;  have some information that it depends on the method the  ;  data is transferred from the Aspect to the PC. ;  If Bruker Aspect data requires an RI to process without ;	bad "Quadrature" images set the parameter below to TRUE; BRUKER_ASPECT_RI = FALSE  ;  Some file transfer processes from Bruker XWinNMR systems ;  have the "real" fid and "imaginary" fid in the  ;  opposite order.  We have been unable to identify ;  any header information to detect this, but this flag ;  will allow the default operation to be reversed. BRUKER_XWIN_RI = false    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [HELP]   ;  WinHelp development has stopped for NUTS.  The new help is  ;  HTML help.  For the time being both help files are being distributed. ;  The flag below can be used to set the default help file type to HTML. ;  The HTML help is more up to date and complete and is the recommended ;  help method for NUTS.  To use the HTML help on Win9x/NT IE 4.0 MUST be ;  loaded on the computer.  It does NOT have to be the default browser.   ;  To use HTML help on Windows 3.1 or Macintosh you must use browser  ;  software such as IE 4.0 or Netscape 4.0 HTMLHELP = TRUE  ;  The default for NUTS is to use helper dialog boxes where they  ;  exist.  ;  Setting the keyword below to FALSE configures NUTS to NOT use  ;  helpers by default. HELPERS = TRUE    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [ROUTINES]   ;  Intial values for the AS (Add/Subtract) routine ;  AS_Mult is the initial multiplier  ;  AS_DC  is the initial percent vertical screen offset AS_Mult = 1.0 AS_DC = 33.0  ;  Flag used to set certain debug messages during NUTS operation. ;  This is used to help analyze problems remotely which cannot ;  be reproduced at Acorn NMR. ;  0 (zero) is off and 1 (one) is on. NUTSBUG = 0   ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [AXIS LABELS] ;  The axis has different labels depending on how the data has been  ;  processed and the users settings. By default these are: ;    PPM, Hz, sec, pts, slice ;  The user can change them here if desired. AXIS_LABEL_PPM = PPM AXIS_LABEL_HZ =  Hz AXIS_LABEL_SEC = sec AXIS_LABEL_PTS = pts AXIS_LABEL_SLICE = slice   ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [PHASE] ;  For the phasing operations PH and PE the mouse movement is ;  used to determine the amount of phasing to do.  By default ;  NUTS uses left and right mouse movement for these operations. ;  However, NUTS can be configured to use up and down mouse  ;  movements for this operation or the sum of left and right ;  and up and down. ;  Left and Right  = 0 ;  Up and Down     = 1 ;  Sum L&R and U&D = 2 MOUSE_DIRECTION = 0;  ;  Mouse movement step is scaled (multiplied by) the scaling number ;  below during PH and PE.  MOUSE_SCALING_PE = 10 MOUSE_SCALING_PH = 500  ; DEFAULT_PA keyword sets the initial PA value used by the PC command  DEFAULT_PA = 0.0  ; DEFAULT_PB keyword sets the initial PB value used by the PC command DEFAULT_PB = 0.0  ; DEFAULT_PC keyword sets the initial PB value used by the PC command DEFAULT_PC = 0.0    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [FB] ;  The baseline correction command "FB" fits a polynomial ;  to the baseline for the purpose of "straighting" the ;  baseline.  The Symplex method seems to work the best ;  in most cases, however the Least Squares method is  ;  50 to 100 times faster and gives better than 90% of the   ;  bang for the buck.  Both methods are available from the ;  command line by user choice.  However, when FB is used  ;  in a Link or Macro, the flag below will set the method ;  used without user interaction.  The allowed values are ;  TRUE or 0 (for Simplex), FALSE or 1 (for least squares) and ;  2 for "fudge" method.  The latter is not a polynomial fit, ;  but rather removes DC and tilt separately for each segment of ;  the spectrum.  See Baselines in Nuts Help for details. FB_SYMPLEX = FALSE  ; FB and FX baseline correcting routines can be used while in a zoomed  ;  display mode. When so used the baselines of the regions ;  outside the zoomed display region can be adjusted in DC value ;  to prevent a discontinuity in the total spectral baseline  ;  by setting CONTINUOUS_BASELINE to TRUE.  ;  Sometimes, the user would rather have the baseline become  ;  discontinuous. One reason being to keep integral values ;  outside of the zoomed display region from being changed by ;  a DC baseline adjustment. To not do these DC baseline adjustments ;  outside of the displayed region set CONTINUOUS_BASELINE to FALSE.  CONTINUOUS_BASELINE = FALSE    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [PRINT] ;  The default pen width is 1 (one).  If the line below in uncommented ;  it can be used to set the initial pen width to another value. PEN_WIDTH_SCREEN  = 1; PEN_WIDTH_PRINTER = 2;   ;  PRINT_BOX keyword sets the default presentation of plots. ;	If TRUE then a box will be printed around the plot. ;	Otherwise no box will be printed. PRINT_BOX = TRUE    ;  PRINT_PARAMETERS keyword sets whether the spectral parameters ;  will be printed on each plot. ;	If TRUE then the parameters will be printed on each plot. ;	Otherwise they will not be printed. PRINT_PARAMETERS = TRUE   ;  SQUARE_2D keyword sets whether 2D contour and intensity plots ;  are forced to be square in the X and Y dimensions. ;	If TRUE then the 2D plots will be square. ;	Otherwise they will not be forced to be square. SQUARE_2D = FALSE   ;  PRINT_COLOR keyword sets whether the display colors will be  ;  sent to the printer as displayed or remapped to black and white. ;	If TRUE then the colors will be printed as displayed. ;	Otherwise they will be converted to black and white. PRINT_COLOR = FALSE   ;  TOP_MARGIN keyword sets the printer's top margin in millimeters. ;  Devices such as laser printers often have a "dead" area ;	on the edges of the paper.  This margin is in addition ;	to the devices "dead" area. TOP_MARGIN = 7   ;  BOTTOM_MARGIN keyword sets the printer's bottom margin in millimeters. ;  Devices such
as laser printers often have a "dead" area ;	on the edges of the paper.  This margin is in addition ;	to the devices "dead" area. BOTTOM_MARGIN = 7   ;  LEFT_MARGIN keyword sets the printer's left margin in millimeters. ;  Devices such as laser printers often have a "dead" area ;	on the edges of the paper.  This margin is in addition ;	to the devices "dead" area. LEFT_MARGIN = 1   ;  RIGHT_MARGIN keyword sets the printer's right margin in millimeters. ;  Devices such as laser printers often have a "dead" area ;	on the edges of the paper.  This margin is in addition ;	to the devices "dead" area. RIGHT_MARGIN = 1   ;  ???_2D_MARGIN keyword sets the specified margin of a 2D IP or CP ;  display as a fraction of the current windows width. TOP_2D_MARGIN = 0.10; BOTTOM_2D_MARGIN = 0.10; LEFT_2D_MARGIN = 0.10; RIGHT_2D_MARGIN = 0.10;    ;  DISPLAY_MONO keyword sets whether the display will be  ;  in color or monochrome. ;	If FALSE then the display will be in color, ;	otherwise, the display will be monochrome. DISPLAY_MONO = FALSE   ;  When doing inserts (inset plots) the user can specify the  ;  hertz per centimeter for the lenth of the insert when  ;  plotted.  The device drivers for the printer devices sometimes ;  hav an error of a certain reproducible percentage.  The user ;  can enter that error here so it can be automatically set when ;  adding inserts. INSERT_PRINTER_FUDGE = 1.000     ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [COLOR]   ; Colors will vary with different types of Windows graphics drivers. ; They are defined here as the scale of the red, green and blue parts ; of the color spectrum on a scale between 0 and 255 intensity; ; Zero is no color such that if all three colors were a level 0 the  ; color would be black.  If all three colors were defined to be 255  ; the color would be white. ; Color of the Axis line AXIS_COLOR = 255_0_0 ; Color of the axis font AXIS_FONT_COLOR   = 0_0_0  ; Color of the real points REAL_COLOR   = 0_0_255  ; Color of the imaginary points IMAG_COLOR   = 0_255_0  ; Color of the integral lines INTEGRAL_COLOR = 128_128_128 INTEGRAL_FONT_COLOR = 0_0_0  ; Color of the peak picking label fonts PEAKPICK_FONT_COLOR = 0_0_0  ; Color of the Command Line fonts CMDLINE_FONT_COLOR = 0_0_0  ; Color of the clipboard fonts CLIPBOARD_FONT_COLOR = 0_0_255  ; Color of the parameter fonts used when ; printing the parameters on a plot PARAMETER_FONT_COLOR = 0_255_0  ; Color of the screen background BACKGROUND_COLOR = 255_255_255  ; The Zoom and DP cursors are black by default. ; The flag below set whether they are black or white ; and can be used to make them more visable on a dark backgroung LIGHT_COLOR_CURSORS = FALSE  ; The Contour Displays(CP) and Intensity Displays (IP) can be set to use ; different number of levels (between 1 and 10) and each level can be ; displayed in a different color.  IP_LEVELS = 10  ; Each level will be at the value set by MH times the values below. ; Care needs to be taken that the values always increase. IP_LEVEL_1 = 1.0 IP_LEVEL_2 = 1.5 IP_LEVEL_3 = 2.3 IP_LEVEL_4 = 3.5 IP_LEVEL_5 = 5.2 IP_LEVEL_6 = 7.8 IP_LEVEL_7 = 11.6 IP_LEVEL_8 = 17.5 IP_LEVEL_9 = 26.2 IP_LEVEL_10 = 40.0   ; The color will vary with different types of Windows graphics drivers. ; They are defined here as the scale of the red, green and blue parts ; of the color spectrum on a scale between 0 and 255 intensity; ; Zero is no color such that if all three colors were a level 0 the  ; color would be black.  If all three colors were defined to be 255  ; the color would be white. IP_RED_1 = 150 IP_RED_2 = 150 IP_RED_3 = 150 IP_RED_4 = 150 IP_RED_5 = 125 IP_RED_6 = 100 IP_RED_7 = 75 IP_RED_8 = 50 IP_RED_9 = 25 IP_RED_10 = 0  IP_GREEN_1 = 150 IP_GREEN_2 = 150 IP_GREEN_3 = 150 IP_GREEN_4 = 150 IP_GREEN_5 = 125 IP_GREEN_6 = 100 IP_GREEN_7 = 75 IP_GREEN_8 = 50 IP_GREEN_9 = 25 IP_GREEN_10 =0  IP_BLUE_1 = 150 IP_BLUE_2 = 150 IP_BLUE_3 = 150 IP_BLUE_4 = 150 IP_BLUE_5 = 125 IP_BLUE_6 = 100 IP_BLUE_7 = 75 IP_BLUE_8 = 50 IP_BLUE_9 = 25 IP_BLUE_10 = 0  ;  Now for the negative contour levels IP_RED_MINUS_1 = 25 IP_RED_MINUS_2 = 50 IP_RED_MINUS_3 = 75 IP_RED_MINUS_4 = 100 IP_RED_MINUS_5 = 125 IP_RED_MINUS_6 = 150 IP_RED_MINUS_7 = 175 IP_RED_MINUS_8 = 200 IP_RED_MINUS_9 = 225 IP_RED_MINUS_10 = 255  IP_GREEN_MINUS_1 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_2 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_3 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_4 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_5 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_6 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_7 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_8 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_9 = 0 IP_GREEN_MINUS_10 = 0  IP_BLUE_MINUS_1 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_2 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_3 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_4 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_5 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_6 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_7 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_8 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_9 = 0 IP_BLUE_MINUS_10 = 0   ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [STACKED PLOT]   ;  The keyword X_OFFSET allows the operator to set the default ;  stacked plot X offset values,  a typical value is 10.0 and represents ;  the % the x width will be reduced on the first plot. X_OFFSET = 10.0;  ;  The keyword Y_OFFSET allows the operator to set the default ;  stacked plot Y offset values,  a typical value is 1.0 and represents ;  the Y offset which will put all the plots in the display. ;  A larger number will make the plots farther apart in the vertical  ;  direction, while a smaller number moves them closer together. Y_OFFSET = 1.0  ;  The keyword DC_OFFSET allows the operator to make the default ;  screen and plot Y offset other than zero. ;  Start with numbers like 10 and 20 then adjust to desired value; DC_OFFSET = 0    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [PEAK PICKING]   ; When the peakpicking operation is done, a copy of the peak pick table ; is placed into the clipboard. This table is done in two possible ways: ; 1) space separated columns such that, when a fixed size font is used,  ;    the columns line up. Best for pasting into Notepad. Set UseTabs to FALSE. ; 2) tab separated columns. Best for pasting into a spreadsheet program. ;    Set UseTabs to TRUE ; This column separation is also used for the Integral Tables. UseTabs = TRUE  ; MH keyword sets the initial Minimum Height for the Peakpicking command MH = 10.0   ; RM keyword sets the multiple of the RMS noise level ; a peak must change after a maximum before it will be declared a real ; peak in the peakpicking command RM = 3  ;When NUTS is in its base level of operation and  ;the right mouse button is pressed then a target crosshair is  ;displayed on the screen. While the crosshair is being displayed,  ;the "M" sub-command resets the MH value to the level of the  ;horizontal crosshair. It is sometimes convenient to have NUTS  ;automatically do a new PP command when the M sub-command is given.  ;The default action can be set in the NUTS.INI with the line: DO_PP_WITH_M = TRUE  ; DP_PREVENT_OVERLAP keyword sets the initial mode for whether the DP labels  ; try to automatically avoid overlap DP_PREVENT_OVERLAP = TRUE   ; DP_ONTOP keyword sets the initial mode for the DP labels to be at the ; top of the display ;DP_ONTOP = TRUE DP_ONTOP = TRUE   ; DP_WITHLINE keyword sets the initial mode for the DP labels to have a line ; drawn from label to indicate where the peak is at for that label ;DP_WITHLINE = TRUE DP_WITHLINE = FALSE   ; DP_ALWAYSINFO keyword sets the initial mode for the DP labels to be showing ; the information field always even when peak labels are off DP_ALWAYSINFO = FALSE   ; DP_FIRSTARG keyword sets the initial mode for the DP labels to show only ; the first argument (to a space) instead of the entire info field.  This is ; most useful in the searchable archive accessory DP_FIRSTARG = FALSE   ; default 1D DP peak label orientations are vertical. ; One of the following lines can be uncommented (remove the semicolon) ; to change this default. 1D_DP_LABELS = vertical ;1D_DP_LABELS = horizontal   ; default 2D DP peak label orientations are horizontal. ; One of the following lines can be uncommented (remove the semicolon) ; to change this default. ;2D_DP_LABELS = vertical ;2D_DP_LABELS = horizontal    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [OFFSET INFORMATION] ; When in the target display mode (crosshair on the screen) pressing ; "V" brings up the Offset Information dialog box. The user then enters ; the chemical shift information for the current crosshair position. ; By default the system uses a three point Peak Interpolation for setting  ; the chemical shift. Also by default the system will "snap to tallest ; nearby peak" mode when setting the chemical shift. The user can set ; the set the default modes below by removing the comment semi-colon ; and setting the argument to either TRUE or FALSE. The Peak Interpolation ; is also used by the peak picking routine when reporting peak positions. ;INTERPOLATE_PEAKS=FALSE ;SNAP_TO_PEAK=FALSE    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [LINE BROADENING]  ; LB keyword sets the default value for LB when the program is started. LB = 0.2   ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [LINE FIT]  ;  Fraction_Lorenztian keyword sets the default fraction for Lorenztian lineshape ;  used by routines lile LF.  The fraction Gaussian lineshape id 1 minus this value. Fraction_Lorentzian = 1.0    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [INTEGRAL] ;  ID_DISPLAY sets the sub-integral value display to the ;  end of the sub-integral if it is set to END, ;  top of the display if it is TOP and ;  at the bottom just above the axis if it is BOTTOM ID_DISPLAY = END   The default orientation for the integral labels can be set  by setting the following line to TRUE or FALSE ID_HORIZONTAL_FONT=TRUE   ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [MACRO] ;  Specified macros can be run with the Ctrl-Fxx function keys. ;  To enable this feature enter the full path to the desired ;  macro and remove the semi-colon from the front of one of the ;  lines below. ;Macro_1 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_2 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_3 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_4 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_5 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_6 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_7 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_8 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_9 =  C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_10 = C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_11 = C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC ;Macro_12 = C:NUTSMACMAG_COSY.MAC    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [LINKS] ;  LINKS can be set with the keyword LINK# LINK1 IM BC EM FT PS LINK2 BC EM FT AP LINK3 EM FT IN LINK4 EM FT MC IN LINK5 GA BC EM FT PS TR IA GA BC EM FT PS TR ST IN LINK6 GA EM FT SR SC IN LINK7 BC EM FT PS LINK8 GA BC EM FT IN LINK9 GA MS FT SR MC SC IN LINK0	GA BC EM FT PS SC IN      ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; [FONT] ; The keyword "AxisFont" allows the default font for the axis to be reset ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;    If these terms are not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;    lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;    use its own internal defaults. AxisFont Arial 100 400 0  ; The keyword "CmdLine" allows the default font for the Command Line to be reset. ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;    If these terms are not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;    lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;    use its own internal defaults. CmdLine SYSTEM_FIXED_FONT 90 400 0  ; The keyword "IntegralFont" allows the default font for the integrals to be reset ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;    If these terms are not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;    lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;    use its own internal defaults. IntegralFont Arial 100 400 0  ; The keyword "NoteFont" allows the default font for the Notes to be set. ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;    If these terms are not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;    lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;    use its own internal defaults. NoteFont Arial 100 400 0  ; The keyword "ParmFont" allows the default font for the plots parameter to be reset. ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;  If these term is not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;  lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;  use its own internal defaults. ParmFont Times New Roman 100 400 0  ; The keyword "PeakFont" allows the default font for the peak values on the screen ; to be reset. ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;  If these term is not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;  lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;  use its own internal defaults. PeakFont Arial 90 400 0  ; The keyword "ClipFont" allows the default font for the clipboard font to be reset. ; Its use is slightly different from other INI entries. ; The keyword alone appears on the first line. ; The next line MUST be the Font Name ; The third line MUST be 10 times the desired point size. ; The fourth line MUST be the weight of the font. ;      0 to 400 is normal weight. ;      401 to 900 is bold weight. ; The fifth line is a 1 for italic and 0 for normal. ;  If these term is not going to be used then put a semicolon in front of the ;  lines so that the initialization part of NUTS will ignore them and  ;  use its own internal defaults. ClipFont Courier New 100 400 0   ;end INI file   

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