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<h2>Installing Fiji</h2>
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<li>Download the .dmg package from the Downloads page, and then double-click it to open it.</li>
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<li>Create a folder under /Applications/, such as /Applications/Fiji</li>
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<li>Drag the 3 items (Fiji.app, and the plugins and macros symlinks) into the /Applications/Fiji folder.</li>
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Fiji is ready to run!
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<h2>Accessing the plugins and macros folders</h2>
 
<h2>Accessing the plugins and macros folders</h2>
 
To access the plugins or macros folders, set the Finder window to either icons or lists mode, <b>not</b> in column mode, and double-click them.
 
To access the plugins or macros folders, set the Finder window to either icons or lists mode, <b>not</b> in column mode, and double-click them.

Revision as of 04:46, 9 November 2008

Installing Fiji

  1. Download the .dmg package from the Downloads page, and then double-click it to open it.
  2. Create a folder under /Applications/, such as /Applications/Fiji
  3. Drag the 3 items (Fiji.app, and the plugins and macros symlinks) into the /Applications/Fiji folder.

Fiji is ready to run!

Accessing the plugins and macros folders

To access the plugins or macros folders, set the Finder window to either icons or lists mode, not in column mode, and double-click them.

Alternatively, right-click (or control-click) the Fiji.app and select "Show package contents", to open the folder where the actual plugins and macros folders are.

Adding new plugins and macros

Access the plugins folder as explained above and just drag and drop any plugin into the plugins folder, like you would do for ImageJ. Same for macros.