Familiarizing yourself with OpenScrape
- Update Hashes: This option will recalculate all the Hash records in the current map – useful if you have made changes to the underlying images, for example. More on Hashes later.
- Duplicate Region: This option will allow you to easily duplicate Regions. For example, once you have the player 1 card locations defined, you might want to copy those to players 2-10 to make things easier on yourself. More on Regions later.
- Clone Regions: This option will clone all regions of player 0 at once and even distribute them to reasonable positions at the table. All you have to do afterwards is fine-tune the positions a little bit. Prerequisite: the balance-regions of the other players must be defined in order to be able to determine the positions for the cloned regions.
- Connect To Window: This option duplicates the “Green Circle Button” on the toolbar, and will bring up a dialog to allow you to select which window OpenScrape will copy an image from.
- Previous Frame: if connected to OHReplay this option will switch to the previous replay-frame
- Refresh: This option duplicates the Black and White Arrow button on the toolbar, and will copy to current casino table image to the OpenScrape main window.
- Next Frame: if connected to OHReplay this option will switch to the next replay-frame
- Group Regions/Ungroup Regions: These options allow for customization of how Region records are displayed in the Table Map Editor window.
- Current size: Displays the client size of the window that OpenScrape is currently attached to. This is very useful when creating certain String records.
- New Table Map
- Open Table Map
- Save Table Map
- Connect to window
- Previous frame if connected to OHReplay
- Refresh the poker table image
- Next frame if connected to OHReplay
- Display Help/About
- F1 – Help/About
- F3 – Connect to window
- F4 – Toggle Region box display on or off
- F5 – Refresh the poker table image
- Control + U – Update Hashes
Creating and editing regions
- arrow keys – move it around
- arrow keys + shift – moves it faster
- arrow keys + control – makes it bigger/smaller (can also use shift for faster)