This is the Windows app named MyMandel whose latest release can be downloaded as mymandel.exe. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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- Resizeable and zoomable display
- There are 4 user selectable colors corresponding to the different iteration counts of the points on the visible part of the Mandelbrot set, each with its own button. There are 100 different colors available for the full iteration count range. There is 1 button for setting the colors for points of the Mandelbrot set and 3 buttons for the full color range, which divide it into two part each containing a color gradient between its limiting colors. The topmost button selects the color for the actual maximum iteration count on the image excluding the iteration count for the points of the Mandelbrot set. The button at the bottom sets the color for the actual minimum iteration count. The middle button determines both the middle color and the position of the division between the two color regions. This button can be moved with the mouse up and down when the right mouse button pressed on it.
- Max 20 zoom levels are kept in memory for fast forward and backward history display.
- Images may be saved in formats GIF, JPG (quality 60) and BMP. The image parameters are also saved in a text file with the same base name as that of the image.
- Saved data can be loaded again from the text file. This resets the zoom level back to 1 and recalculates the picture.
- Built in Help.
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