Visual Guide to the Cutter Tool

Both the cutter tool (scissor icon) and the zoom tool (lens icon) hide some frequency region. The zoom hides what you don't select, while the cutter hides what you select. The cutter tool not only creates gaps, but can also fill them. The following examples show, into the right column, what happens after you select, with the cutter tool, the gray region of the left column.

2D plot 4 quadrants





Selection of a rectangle

-> 4 quadrants

selection = vertical stripe 2 vertical stripes





Selection of a
vertical stripe

-> 2 vertical stripes

selection = horizontal stripe 2 horizontal stripes





Selection of an
horizontal stripe

-> 2 horizontal stripes

more selection more cuts





Enlarging the cut

 

double click gap removed





Double Click with the
Cutter into a Gap

-> Gap Removed

double clicks 2 gaps removed





Double Click at
the intersection

-> Horizontal and
Vertical Effect

triple clicks all gaps removed





Triple Click with
the Cutter Tool

-> All Gaps Refilled


 
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