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MagicMontage panel editor

Monique Vasseur
Hi to all,

Magic Montage doesn't work as before. After adding new panels, the panel editor doesn't update the size of the panels. Can anyone fix it? Many thanks

Monique Vasseur

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Re: MagicMontage panel editor

jmutterer
Hi Monique,
I posted here:
https://gist.github.com/mutterer/7f74e2ccf56d3c0c7b90b75818eaf377
an updated version in which the panel size is correct again.
Best regards,

Jerome


Le ven. 2 nov. 2018 à 14:45, Vasseur Monique <[hidden email]>
a écrit :
Hi to all,

Magic Montage doesn't work as before. After adding new panels, the panel
editor doesn't update the size of the panels. Can anyone fix it? Many thanks

Monique Vasseur

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Re: MagicMontage panel editor

Wayne Rasband-2
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> On Nov 2, 2018, at 9:31 AM, Vasseur Monique <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Hi to all,
>
> Magic Montage doesn't work as before. After adding new panels, the panel editor doesn't update the size of the panels. Can anyone fix it? Many thanks

This regression is fixed in the latest ImageJ daily build (1.52i29). There is also an updated version of Magic Wand (http://wsr.imagej.net/notes.html) that works around the regression and adds a “?” button and overlay support.

-wayne

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chin
Hi Jerome,

There is another weird action happens on updated version. For example, one
image is composed of 4 slices
and the magic montage always creates a 2x2 montage. How can I rearrange the
layout to a 4x1 montage?
The "Set Montage Layout[F12] cannot seem to work when I re-set the  layout
to a 4x1 form.

Thanks a lot.
ching




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Re: MagicMontage panel editor

jmutterer
Hi Ching,
I can suggest two options:
- Extend your 2x2 montage using the second tool (shuffler tool) by dragging
over the image right hand side edge, and reorder the panels with the same
tool.
- If you want a given layout, use the Make Montage command and specify the
layout. Magic Montage also works with those montages.

Sincerely,
Jerome

Le sam. 10 nov. 2018 à 14:08, chin <[hidden email]> a écrit :

> Hi Jerome,
>
> There is another weird action happens on updated version. For example, one
> image is composed of 4 slices
> and the magic montage always creates a 2x2 montage. How can I rearrange the
> layout to a 4x1 montage?
> The "Set Montage Layout[F12] cannot seem to work when I re-set the  layout
> to a 4x1 form.
>
> Thanks a lot.
> ching
>
>
>
>
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chin
Thank you Jerome for the suggestion.

After trying the two methods you mentioned, the second one seems to be more
practical.
As for the first method, I have no idea how to exclude the empty panels
after moving the
original slices to the extended panels.

Best,
ching

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Wayne Rasband-2
> On Nov 11, 2018, at 2:22 AM, chin <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Thank you Jerome for the suggestion.
>
> After trying the two methods you mentioned, the second one seems to be more
> practical.
> As for the first method, I have no idea how to exclude the empty panels
> after moving the
> original slices to the extended panels.

In the latest ImageJ daily build (1.52i35), use the Image>Stacks>Tools>Magic Montage Tools command and there will be a new “Change Montage Layout” command that makes it easy to change the layout of a montage. This command can also be used to crop a montage. For example, to crop a 3x3 montage to 3x1. Use the Image>Stacks>Tools>Magic Montage Tools command with the shift key down to view the macro source code.

-wayne

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