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"expand/collapse" series thumbnails

May 18, 2013 11:40 AM
by Tommy
when you load multiple studies the series preview list become very long and unconfortable to scroll

I suggest and "expand/collapse" behaviour of the study light brown rectangle.

clicking on it should expand or collapse the corresponding series thumbnail panels.
it would make easier to jump from one study to another...

I mean, you have 3 MR studies with 10 series each and you wanna compare images from the first with the third one... you click on the light brown box of the second study to collapse series and leave the other 2 studies series open.

a similar thing could be done with the dark brown box with the patient name.
it would collapse/expeand all the studies of that patient

do you understand what I try to explain?

May 18, 2013 02:42 PM
by RadiAnt
Sure Tommy, I get what you mean. We will definitely improve the series preview bar in the future.
Oct 28, 2015 05:19 AM
by Tommy
just a reminder.

besides to "expand/collapse" of single studies as requested, it would be nice to have a button to "show/hide" the whole preview bar.

you can actually do it using shortcuts but it's not as handy and immediate as having a button
Oct 30, 2015 12:15 PM
by RadiAnt
Thanks for the reminder :-)
Oct 10, 2023 09:12 PM
by Tommy
expand/collapse would be a bless.
Oct 16, 2023 12:08 PM
by RadiAnt
Next release will feature DICOM anonymization. This is what we are currently focused on.
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