CooRecorder has a "w-mode", used to set woodtype border points, i.e. the borders between
earlywood and latewood of the same growth season.
Best way to work is to first set all yearly ring width borders, then use the auto-mode
to set the woodtype borders.
Then adjust the positions of these new points with the replace command. Though you can always set all points by hand with the w-command!
When setting yearly ring borders, see that Sorted data (e.g. Dendro - yearly ringwidths) is selected
for your image!
The auto-mode will then only create yearly ring border points!
After you then set Dendro Seasonwood: Latewood + Earlywood the automode will create only seasonwood points
in areas where there is already at least one yearly ring border point!
If there is no yearly ring border point at all in the area to auto-measure,
then both yearly and seasonwood points will be created when "Latewood + Earlywood" is selected.
Note: The latter is not the preferable way to work! That way you will get more erroneous
point settings caused by anomalies in the wood.