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  • Frederic Marion-Poll

    Thank you Stephane. Yes, I would like either to move the selected points or simply to delete them.

    The polyline2D are actually used in our CapillaryTrack plugin, to delineate the limits of territories in kymographs. Sometimes, our detection algorithm is not very efficient or there is a glitch in the video (or stack of images) and we need to correct the limit locally. In my current implementation, there is one ROI point per pixel of the image detected, which makes it quite cumbersome to edit.

    At one point, I looked at your code to find how to do it, but after a day, I thought it was not really possible.

     

    Anyway, it would be a nice feature to add to Icy – I guess I am not the only one with this type of problem.

    Fred

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Perfect!

     

    PS By the way, the new website rocks 🙂

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Hi,

    there was a nice powerpoint tutorial. I liked it because it reviewed the main points of how to access images, etc. Would it be possible to put a link to it too?

     

    fred

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Thank you Stephane! 🙂 yes, this works.

    It is quite simple indeed.

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    PS is there a way to trap such event for “a” or a “specific type of” view? I am using 2 types of views, which are attached to 2 different types of sequences. I would like to trap activate/deactivate only for one type of view/sequence. Currently, I am associating these sequences only with the “standard” viewer. Should I derive the standard viewer and associate a specific viewer with each of my sequence types so that it will be easier to test the type of view that is selected / unselected?

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Thank you!!!

    fred

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Missing it too. I assume the web site “icy.doc” is not updated yet? http://www.bioimageanalysis.org/icy/doc/index.html

    I would like to access the source code of icy and forgot how to do it…

    fred

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    Thank you so much, Stephane. I works like a breeze. I will look at the question concerning files on a network later. Good job!

     

    Fred

    Frederic Marion-Poll

    I would be interested to have access to the old forum anyway – it contains plenty of useful information..

    Fred