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bug with split channels?

Cammer, Michael-2
When we split channels from the menu for the file 10X10_bg1.tif, we get the correct tiltes in the resulting images of C1-10X10_bg1.tif and C2-10X10_bg1.tif.

However, from within a macro, the results are C1-10X10_bg1.tif and 10X10_bg1.tif0.

We find this problem with ImageJ 1.52p and ImageJ 1.52q45.

The odd part is that this wasn't happening earlier today but is happening now. We quict and restarted the software and updated to the daily build.

The full code is:
macro "iterate colocalization test" {
  title = getTitle;
  run("Split Channels");
  ch1 = "C1-"+title;
  ch2 = "C2-"+title;

Any help appreciated.

Thank you!

Michael Cammer, Sr Research Scientist, DART Microscopy Laboratory
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Re: bug with split channels?

Wayne Rasband-2
> On Sep 6, 2019, at 3:18 PM, Cammer, Michael <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> When we split channels from the menu for the file 10X10_bg1.tif, we get the correct tiltes in the resulting images of C1-10X10_bg1.tif and C2-10X10_bg1.tif.
>
> However, from within a macro, the results are C1-10X10_bg1.tif and 10X10_bg1.tif0.

Please provide a small macro that we can run to reproduce this problem. The following example

  close("*");
  setBatchMode(true);
  newImage("10X10_bg1.tif", "16-bit composite label", 400, 300, 2, 1, 1);
  run("Split Channels");
  selectImage(1);
  print(getTitle);
  selectImage(2);
  print(getTitle);

works as expected, outputting

  C1-10X10_bg1.tif
  C2-10X10_bg1.tif

-wayne


> We find this problem with ImageJ 1.52p and ImageJ 1.52q45.
>
> The odd part is that this wasn't happening earlier today but is happening now. We quict and restarted the software and updated to the daily build.
>
> The full code is:
> macro "iterate colocalization test" {
>  title = getTitle;
>  run("Split Channels");
>  ch1 = "C1-"+title;
>  ch2 = "C2-"+title;
>
> Any help appreciated.

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