[ImageJ-devel] More small bugs, IJ2 beta 1

Barry DeZonia bdezonia at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 16:36:28 CDT 2012

Hi Justin,

Thanks again. Some of these issues have been entered into our bug trac
database. You can refer to them via these links:


I have CCed you on the tickets so you will be apprised of status updates.

I did not enter any ticket for the fill issue. I am unable to duplicate the
problem. The fill values can be set in the Options :: Channels dialog or by
choosing pixels of any image using the dropper. The dropper always draws
it's icon in black and white. Is this the real issue you're getting at? If
not please let me know a series of steps to do to duplicate the problem.

On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 11:57 AM, Senseney, Justin (NIH/CIT) [E] <
senseneyj at mail.nih.gov> wrote:

> I hope you don’t mind if I use this mailing list to report more small
> bugs.  ****
> ** **
> **·         **Fill appears to always use 255 to fill with, no matter the
> image type.  ****
> **·         **When you create an ROI, only its initial point’s location
> is fixed, you can change that initial point to be the top-left, top-right,
> bottom-left, or bottom-right point.  However when you adjust the size of a
> fixed-shape ROI (like circle and square), the diagonally opposite point is
> fixed in orientation (ex. If you created****
> and wanted to modify the location of the bottom-right point, you could go
> no farther than: .  What the user usually wants to do is turn that
> bottom-right point into a bottom-left point to create: .  While this is
> implemented in IJ1, I’m not sure that implementation is ideal, I think
> you’ll see what I mean when you try it in IJ1.****
> ** **
> **·         **If I move my previously created ROI to the edge of the
> image window, it becomes stuck, as in: .  I would have expected to be
> able to move the ROI outside of the image window (which I think is a really
> cool new feature of IJ2), but at the very least I wanted to just drag my
> ROI back.  The ROI has become frozen in this position and I must re-click
> if I want to move it (this only happens when no previously-off the viewport
> ROIs have been created).****
> **·         **FEATURE: Since the menu items are de-localized in IJ2, it
> might be useful to also see the intensity values and position printed on
> these new menu bars as well.  I will often have so many windows open that I
> can’t find the main window, so it’s hard to figure out what the current
> intensity value/position is that I’m hovering over.****
> ** **
> Can your trac system can handle images?  Hope you find these helpful.  I’m
> noticing many more things, but have only focused on those features without
> the IJ1 icon next to them.****
> ** **
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