Settings: Image window
- Image size
- Scale down large images to fit onto screen
Some image may be too large to fit onto your screen. Check to resize large image to fit your display.
- Scale up smaller images to
- fit screen
Enlarge all smaller than screen size images, to fill the entire screen
- minimum width of .... pixels
Set the minimum display width in pixels of the image
- minimum height of .... pixels
Set the minimum display height in pixels of the image
- Maintain original aspect ratio
Check to open each image window with the aspect ratio (width relative to height) of the image locked. The display window
now always maintains this aspect ratio during resizing of the window. It can be (un)checked in each image window individually.
- Image information
- Display overlay text
Display the overlay text in each corner of the image window. See Image data.
- Display curve
Display curve data when present in the DICOM header. See Curves.
- Display ROI
Display Region of Interest data when present in the DICOM header. Set to all to display them all,
first to display the first only.
- Image palette
These functions can be toggled via the toolbar in the image window.
- Auto stretch
Apply an automatic brightness and contrast function. This will ignore any values found in the DICOM header.
- Invert image
Invert every image after loading.
- Apply colors
Apply a default rainbow color palette to every image.
- IVUS long view
- Open the long view window automatically
The IVUS longitudinal viewer is opened automatically if an IVUS run is opened.
- Attach long view window to the bottom / right side of the image window
When you drag/move the image window, the longitudinal viewer will move accordingly, as if fixed to the image window.
- Panning window size
The size of the panning window, which is displayed when the image does not fit inside the window.
- Set to Small, Large or Huge
- Window display
- Always display image windows on TOP
Check to open image windows with the 'on top' property, they will not hide behind the overview window. This
may lead to problems of popup windows not being visible anymore.
When unchecked, you will receive a warning when the viewer detects any image window behind the
overview window. This not to forget opened image windows, which could be using large amount of memory and
processor power. The warning message can be switched off, see resource settings.
- Font size
Choose 4 different font sizes.
- Maximum image windows open
Set the maximum number of image windows allowed. When set to 4, this means that when you open a 5th image window, the first will be closed. The total number of image windows will remain to 4. Use this setting if you want to limit the memory used and/or processor power used by all the open image windows. It is advised to set this value not lower than 2. When set to 1, this could lead to 'previous' and 'next' problems.
- Display warning when image windows are displayed behind the overview window
Switch this setting on if you would like to keep track of how many image windows are open.