GemFinder V3.0

New Features:

- Load/Save your settings for different games
- A new fast method of object recognition based on fourier analysis of tiles
- Lab colour space to find colour distance between tiles

- A simple and intuitive Learn Editor to calibrate the program for different kind of games. You can discriminate different tiles with different shapes, also in gray scale (or if they have the same shape with different colours).
- Press F9 to enable/disable the alpha blending on the entire window
- Configure the keyboard for the autoplay
- Old GemFinder and BioSolver are included to maintain the compatibility
- Configure a different number of rows and columns
- Press F9 to enable/disable the alpha blending on the entire window. You can make it invisible or transparent.

How to use it:

It's very easy. Just launch the application: then you'll see a window (there is a GemFinder V2.0 label on the top) with inside a screen filled with a set of coloured tiles. At this point, you may run your game (on internet or pc) and overlap the GemFinder's window to perfectly match the screen of the game (it's important). This time you can also resize the gemfinder's window to match the game screen as best as you can. If you have positioned correctly the gemfinder's window you will see some circle around the gems that you need to move (in order to complete a triplet). If you press one of the automatic keys (shift, control, space or 0-numpad) the program will play the game for you. Furthermore, you can disable these auto-keys from the settings table in order to leave the gemfinder program on the background and searching for another game to try.

How to load a Gem State:

- Go to Settings using the tab button on the top.
- Click the folder icon to open a file selector.
- Select the file *.gem with the state.
- The file will be added automatically to your config file.

How to use the Learn Editor:

- Go to Settings using the tab button on the top.
- Click the icon on the right to create a new state.
- Rename the current state using the textbox inside the Configuration frame.
- Select Advanced method.
- Go to Capture mode and click F8 to capture the screen.
- Go to Editor mode and work with the screen captured before.
- Click the box with the Tile you have to learn about.
- Select the number of the Tile using the textbox on the left.
- Click the Learn button and you will see the tile image on the bottom of the page.
- Now select another tile to learn and go on.
- When you have finished: go to Settings and Save the current state using the Disk button on the top.

System Requirements:

This software can run only on Windows platforms. It works at best with a 32 bit desktop, 24 bit desktop it's not supported. A good CPU is needed, like Pentium4 1800 mhz or higher. Windows XP/Vista.


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