The partition block is colored black if the orbit of z is certified as being bounded  otherwise:

Option  Result 
Color  the partition block is colored by the escape value for the orbit of z (mod 7): magenta, blue, cyan, green, yellow, orange, red 
Black  the partition block is colored white if the orbit escapes prior to the iteration bound 

Option  Result 
Short  The iteration bound is set at 13 iterations for certifying the orbit of z to be bounded 
Medium  The iteration bound is set at 27 iterations for certifying the orbit of z to be bounded 
Long  The iteration bound is set at 55 iterations for certifying the orbit of z to be bounded 
VeryLong  The iteration bound is set at 111 iterations for certifying the orbit of z to be bounded 

Option  Result 
UltraFine  Partitions the the viewing window into blocks of size 1 pixel 
Fine  Partitions the the viewing window into blocks of size 2 pixels 
MedFine  Partitions the the viewing window into blocks of size 5 pixels 
MedCoarse  Partitions the the viewing window into blocks of size 10 pixels 
Coarse  Partitions the the viewing window into blocks of size 20 pixels 

Specifies the iteration equation.

Option  Result 
Quad  z > z^{2} + c 
Alt  z > z  z^{2} + c 

Specifies the fractal type.

Option  Result 
Julia  The parameter c is fixed (set by the mouse click under Zoom=Normal) and for each
z running over the viewing window the orbit of z is computed under the iteration equation 
Mandelbrot  The parameter c runs over the viewing window and
for each c the the orbit of z=0 is computed under the iteration equation 

Option  Result 
ZoomInPlus  Centers the viewing window at the mouse click and resizes the window by factor of 1/10 
ZoomIn  Centers the viewing window at the mouse click and resizes the window by factor of 1/2 
Normal  Resets the viewing window to the default view (center=0; size=4) 
ZoomOut  Centers the viewing window at the mouse click and resizes the window by factor of 2 
ZoomOutPlus  Centers the viewing window at the mouse click and resizes the window by factor of 10 
