> > One possible approach that was mentioned was to use the 'make
> > intermediate peak' option in the right-click menu. However, that seems to
> > be grayed-out when I try to do this on a 1D. (A quick test on a 2D
> > suggests it is working better there). Perhaps this is not implemented yet
> > in the 1D code?
> I'll have a look. I expect that it can be enabled, and was only greyed-out
> as a matter of caution.
Strangely enough it does appear enabled when just selecting a single peak in
the 1D spectrum. By the way, is this supposed to work for an arbitrary number
of peaks (n>1)?
> > In any case, I would be glad to hear any suggestions on how to deal with
> > the issue of assigning and keeping track of multiplets.
> Generic multiplet analysis and coupling measurement isn't too far away
> now, its just that it is quite tricky to get right for all different sorts
> of N-dimensional multiplet patterns. ;-)
Ok, that sounds good. I guess for now I should just pick the peak center by