Difference between revisions of "2011-08-09 - Script Editor has context-sensitive help on macro functions now"

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The Script Editor knows how to handle ImageJ Macros for some time now, and it was also able to open the documentation of the builtin functions on the [http://imagej.net/developer/macro/functions.html ImageJ website] using the {{bc | Tools | Open Help on Macro Functions...}} menu entry. As of the current Script Editor version, if you select the name of a builtin function, that menu entry will lead you to the documentation of said function straight away.
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The Script Editor knows how to handle ImageJ Macros for some time now, and it was also able to open the documentation of the builtin functions on the [https://imagej.net/developer/macro/functions.html ImageJ website] using the {{bc | Tools | Open Help on Macro Functions...}} menu entry. As of the current Script Editor version, if you select the name of a builtin function, that menu entry will lead you to the documentation of said function straight away.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 24 January 2020

The Script Editor knows how to handle ImageJ Macros for some time now, and it was also able to open the documentation of the builtin functions on the ImageJ website using the Tools  › Open Help on Macro Functions... menu entry. As of the current Script Editor version, if you select the name of a builtin function, that menu entry will lead you to the documentation of said function straight away.