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Braekevelt Martin
Dear all,

Quite some time ago, there has been a post by several people on how to make line measurements in a continuous way without clicking control M.
There has never been any reaction on this topic so I try it again.
My current method is to use the ROI manager and click every time "ADD".
By this the measurements are all visible in the overlay and by clicking Measure I get my results.
It still not convenient to click add for every measurement.
Is it not possible to avoid this by assigning the add function to ex the right mouse button so measurements can be speed up ?

All inputs are welcome, since last post no one react to this question
Thanks in advance

Martin.
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Re: make line

Dr. Michael DOUBE
Dear Martin,

You may find it quicker to add items to the ROI manager with the keyboard command [t]. On my Linux machine, there is no need to press [Ctrl]. So it's easy - one hand on the mouse, the other to hit [t].

Michael

On 21/08/2019 17:02, Braekevelt Martin wrote:

Dear all,

Quite some time ago, there has been a post by several people on how to make line measurements in a continuous way without clicking control M.
There has never been any reaction on this topic so I try it again.
My current method is to use the ROI manager and click every time "ADD".
By this the measurements are all visible in the overlay and by clicking Measure I get my results.
It still not convenient to click add for every measurement.
Is it not possible to avoid this by assigning the add function to ex the right mouse button so measurements can be speed up ?

All inputs are welcome, since last post no one react to this question
Thanks in advance

Martin.
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Re: make line

CARL Philippe (LBP)
Dear Michael and Martin,
The fact to have or not to have to press the control key for launching a given tool isn't connected to a defined OS (i.e. Linux, Mac, Windows,...), but is defined within Edit>Options>Misc... if you select or deselect the option "Require control key for shortcuts".
My best regards,
Philippe

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Dear Martin,

You may find it quicker to add items to the ROI manager with the keyboard command [t]. On my Linux machine, there is no need to press [Ctrl]. So it's easy - one hand on the mouse, the other to hit [t].

Michael

On 21/08/2019 17:02, Braekevelt Martin wrote:

Dear all,

Quite some time ago, there has been a post by several people on how to make line measurements in a continuous way without clicking control M.
There has never been any reaction on this topic so I try it again.
My current method is to use the ROI manager and click every time "ADD".
By this the measurements are all visible in the overlay and by clicking Measure I get my results.
It still not convenient to click add for every measurement.
Is it not possible to avoid this by assigning the add function to ex the right mouse button so measurements can be speed up ?

All inputs are welcome, since last post no one react to this question
Thanks in advance

Martin.
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Associate Professor
Department of Infectious Diseases
and Public Health

5/F, Block 2, To Yuen Building
31 To Yuen Street
Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Fax: (852) 3442 0589
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Re: make line

Braekevelt Martin
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Dear Michael,

Thanks for your input, it actually make a significant difference.

Kindest regards,
Martin.

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Subject: Re: make line

Dear Martin,

You may find it quicker to add items to the ROI manager with the keyboard command [t]. On my Linux machine, there is no need to press [Ctrl]. So it's easy - one hand on the mouse, the other to hit [t].

Michael

On 21/08/2019 17:02, Braekevelt Martin wrote:

Dear all,

Quite some time ago, there has been a post by several people on how to make line measurements in a continuous way without clicking control M.
There has never been any reaction on this topic so I try it again.
My current method is to use the ROI manager and click every time "ADD".
By this the measurements are all visible in the overlay and by clicking Measure I get my results.
It still not convenient to click add for every measurement.
Is it not possible to avoid this by assigning the add function to ex the right mouse button so measurements can be speed up ?

All inputs are welcome, since last post no one react to this question Thanks in advance

Martin.
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BVSc, BPhil, PhD, PGCert Vet Ed, MRCVS, FRMS

Associate Professor
Department of Infectious Diseases
and Public Health

5/F, Block 2, To Yuen Building
31 To Yuen Street
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3442 5296
Fax: (852) 3442 0589
Website: www.cityu.edu.hk/ph<http://www.cityu.edu.hk/ph>



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