Pattern Training Dialog Box
This dialog box displays during recognition if the IRecognizerParams::TrainUserPatterns property is TRUE and some user pattern file is specified in the IRecognizerParams::UserPatternsFile property.
The top dialog window displays the character you train. The frame enclosing the character must fully enclose the character or several characters (when you are training ligatures).
|Active pattern||Displays the active user pattern file that should by specified in the IRecognizerParams::UserPatternsFile property.|
|button||Moves the enclosing frame left. Move the frame so as to enclose the entire character.|
|button||Moves the enclosing frame right. Move the frame so as to enclose the entire character.|
|Enter character||Specify the name of the character enclosed by the frame in the top window. If you train ABBYY FineReader to recognize characters you cannot type, you may use two-character combinations as captions, or you may copy the necessary character from the character table. Click the button to open the table.|
|button||Opens the character table. You may choose the necessary character from the table and copy it to the Enter character field.|
|Train (button)||Trains the character, i.e., adds the new pair "character image — character caption" to the active pattern.|
|Italic||Specifies that the current character is italic.|
|Bold||Specifies that the current character is bold.|
|Superscript||Specifies that the current character is superscript.|
|Subscript||Specifies that the current character is subscript.|
|Back (button)||If you have made a mistake during training, you may click the Back button: the frame will go back to the previous position, and the latest pair "image — character" will be removed from the pattern. This "undo" is limited: you may only "undo" training in the last word.|
Skips the current character. Use this button if what the frame encloses is not a character or if you were unable to enclose a character or a group of characters fully.
Note: If you click the Skip button, you'll see the ^ character, which is used to replace the unrecognized symbols, in the recognized text in the place of the character you skipped.