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Create an object representing brushing options

brushOpts(id = NULL, fill = "#9cf", stroke = "#036", opacity = 0.25,
  delay = 300, delayType = c("debounce", "throttle"), clip = TRUE,
  direction = c("xy", "x", "y"), resetOnNew = FALSE)


id Input value name. For example, if the value is "plot_brush", then the coordinates will be available as input$plot_brush. Multiple imageOutput/plotOutput calls may share the same id value; brushing one image or plot will cause any other brushes with the same id to disappear.
fill Fill color of the brush.
stroke Outline color of the brush.
opacity Opacity of the brush
delay How long to delay (in milliseconds) when debouncing or throttling, before sending the brush data to the server.
delayType The type of algorithm for limiting the number of brush events. Use "throttle" to limit the number of brush events to one every delay milliseconds. Use "debounce" to suspend events while the cursor is moving, and wait until the cursor has been at rest for delay milliseconds before sending an event.
clip Should the brush area be clipped to the plotting area? If FALSE, then the user will be able to brush outside the plotting area, as long as it is still inside the image.
direction The direction for brushing. If "xy", the brush can be drawn and moved in both x and y directions. If "x", or "y", the brush wil work horizontally or vertically.
resetOnNew When a new image is sent to the browser (via renderImage), should the brush be reset? The default, FALSE, is useful if you want to update the plot while keeping the brush. Using TRUE is useful if you want to clear the brush whenever the plot is updated.


This generates an object representing brushing options, to be passed as the brush argument of imageOutput or plotOutput.