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The key-bindings used in the MaMuT viewer can be customized through a text file, that allow you to remap any command to any key. To so, create a text file named <tt>mamut.properties</tt> in the <tt>Fiji.app</tt> folder (where the <tt>plugins</tt> and <tt>jars</tt> folders are). This file must follow this syntax example:
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The key-bindings used in the [[MaMuT]] viewer can be customized through a text file, that allow you to remap any command to any key. To so, create a text file named <tt>mamut.properties</tt> in the <tt>Fiji.app</tt> folder (where the <tt>plugins</tt> and <tt>jars</tt> folders are). This file must follow this syntax example:
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:11, 17 April 2016

The key-bindings used in the MaMuT viewer can be customized through a text file, that allow you to remap any command to any key. To so, create a text file named mamut.properties in the Fiji.app folder (where the plugins and jars folders are). This file must follow this syntax example:

A=add spot
ENTER=add spot
D=delete spot
E=increase spot radius
Q=decrease spot radius
shift\ E=increase spot radius a lot
shift\ Q=decrease spot radius a lot
control\ E=increase spot radius a bit
control\ Q=decrease spot radius a bit
...

It follows the syntax key=command, one per line. Modifier keys such as ^ Control and Shift are specified by prepending the key with their name, separated by a space escaped with a backslash \ . Spaces in commands do not need to be escaped. The dash # character at the beginning of a line is used to insert comments.

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# The key bindings for MaMuT viewer windows.
# Available actions are the following (space in between words must be included):
#
#	add spot
#	delete spot
#	increase spot radius
#	increase spot radius a lot
#	increase spot radius a bit
#	decrease spot radius
#	decrease spot radius a lot
#	decrease spot radius a bit
#
#	semi-auto tracking
#	toggle linking mode
#
#	show help
#	toggle brightness dialog
# 	toggle interpolation
#	toggle fused mode
#	toggle grouping
#
#	toggle source visibility 0
#	toggle source visibility 1
#	toggle source visibility ... up to 9
#
#	align XY plane
#	align ZY plane
#	align XZ plane
#
#	next timepoint
#	previous timepoint
#	step time forward
#	step time backward
#
# No space around '='!
# An action can have several key bindings.
# When using shift, control, etc... use a a backslash-space after the modifier
# (as in 'control\ Q').

A=add spot
ENTER=add spot
D=delete spot
E=increase spot radius
Q=decrease spot radius
shift\ E=increase spot radius a lot
shift\ Q=decrease spot radius a lot
control\ E=increase spot radius a bit
control\ Q=decrease spot radius a bit
shift\ A=semi-auto tracking
shift\ L=toggle linking mode
L=toggle link
F1=help

S=brightness settings
F6=visibility and grouping
I=toggle interpolation
F=toggle fused mode
G=toggle grouping
T=toggle manual transformation

F8=record max projection movie
F10=record movie

shift\ 1=toggle source visibility 0
shift\ 2=toggle source visibility 1
shift\ 3=toggle source visibility 2
shift\ 4=toggle source visibility 3
shift\ 5=toggle source visibility 4
shift\ 6=toggle source visibility 5
shift\ 7=toggle source visibility 6
shift\ 8=toggle source visibility 7
shift\ 9=toggle source visibility 8
shift\ 0=toggle source visibility 9

shift\ Z=align XY plane
shift\ X=align ZY plane
shift\ Y=align XZ plane
shift\ C=align XZ plane

CLOSE_BRACKET=step time forward
M=next timepoint
OPEN_BRACKET=step time backward
N=previous timepoint

shift\ CLOSE_BRACKET=step time forward
shift\ M=next timepoint
shift\ OPEN_BRACKET=step time backward
shift\ N=previous timepoint

shift\ B=set bookmark
B=go to bookmark
O=go to bookmark rotation