New behaviour of 'import>image sequence' : labels missing

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New behaviour of 'import>image sequence' : labels missing

Christian Goosmann-2
Dear all

this might have changed some time ago, because I haven't used 'Import
Image Sequence' for a while, but today I noticed that the image stack
that is generated out of a folder of images now has a number expression
in the form of 'i/n' instead of the filename of the images as slice
label. I updated by automatic update to 1.52i, but no change. I searched
the options menu and found no explanation for this. I was using the
slice labels a lot to scroll through stacks while easily identifying the
images. This change must surely be an error. Does any one know how to
quickly label a stack with the original filenames as before?

Best regards

Christian

Using Fiji ImageJ 2.0.0-rc69/ ; Java 1.8.0_66 [64-bit] on Win 10

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Re: New behaviour of 'import>image sequence' : labels missing

Wayne Rasband-2
> On Aug 6, 2019, at 10:14 AM, Christian Goosmann <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Dear all
>
> this might have changed some time ago, because I haven't used 'Import Image Sequence' for a while, but today I noticed that the image stack that is generated out of a folder of images now has a number expression in the form of 'i/n' instead of the filename of the images as slice label.

Dear Christian,

Please make available, as a ZIP archive, a small stack that we can use to reproduce this problem.

-wayne

> I updated by automatic update to 1.52i, but no change. I searched the options menu and found no explanation for this. I was using the slice labels a lot to scroll through stacks while easily identifying the images. This change must surely be an error. Does any one know how to quickly label a stack with the original filenames as before?
>
> Best regards
>
> Christian
>
> Using Fiji ImageJ 2.0.0-rc69/ ; Java 1.8.0_66 [64-bit] on Win 10

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