Run sc.reg to have the list of the microscopes available
If all the panels are enabled (you
can enable them in the _View_ menu item or on the toolbar on the
right side), you will see 2D CTF (diffraction-pattern-like), 1D CTF
(Curve) with the damping envelopes shown, and the Defocus Map
(Frequency vs. Defocus vs. Intensity).
Left-bottom side: change defocus,
astigmatisms and magnification (convergence). When you click on those
red check-marks, defocus goes to extended-scherzer and astigmatisms
go to zero.
1D CTF shows the CTF in the
direction from the center of 2D CTF to the small red dot. You can
move the dot around by clicking with the mouse on the 2D CTF (Nothing
really happens unless you have some astigmatism there)
Bottom: Status/Information Panel.
Gives you some information about the current instrument (including
Theoretical and Current resolution). If you right-click on it you are
given a menu where you can select a microscope or change the current
scope (Quick set-up).
Use Quick Set-up to change the
settings for the current instrument (including the range for the
k-vector or frequency). For this go to _Setup_ menu item or right
click on Status/Info panel.
Use Select/Edit Microscope to change
the microscope. For this go to _Setup_ menu item or right click on
Right side. Tool/Legend Bar. Various
toggles for switching on/off envelopes, panels.
Bottom-Right: toggle between CTF
Explorer and 1D Plotter modes.
Other options: show CTF curve as
intensity curve; show symmetrical envelopes (accessible via the menu
or the small tool bar).
Save things: menu or the toolbar.
When you are in 1D Plotter mode: toggle between 1st and 2nd CTF to change things (select 1st then select a microscope; the select 2nd CTF and select a different microscope).