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MPR feature requests

Apr 3, 2020 06:58 AM
by ep
Dear RadiAnt crew,
once again - really great dicom viewer, probably the best there is for routine exams

I want to ask a couple of questions / feature requests regarding MPR/Volume views:

1 - Is there a way to include MPR or Volume view inside main window layout as one of series views?
So that I could view several series alongside

2 - In MPR: When axes are disabled I cannot drag central point, like Cursor in usual viewing mode, Is there a way to do that with disabled axes in MPR? Say, a separate Cursor-like mouse action alongside Rotate/Roll/Browse/etc
upd. I can formally do that if I first start the drag, and without pressing up the mouse button I disable axes by pressing F3. But once I release the mouse button I cannot start this unles I enable axes again
Apr 6, 2020 09:27 AM
by RadiAnt
Thanks, ep!

1) Not possible currently. You can try to place the 2D and 3D windows side by side to achieve your goal.
2) Again, not possible with the current version. Something to be added in future versions.
Mar 3, 2021 09:10 AM
by Giovanni
The feature described in 2) would be very useful indeed.
In my opinion, another easy way to follow a point in the 3 planes without a 3D cursor would be to permit to remove the central part of the axes, where they cross, as it would be possible to look at the area of interest without the "annoying" cross superimposed.
I think would be easy to implement, and some DICOM viewers use this solution. Please think about it.
Mar 8, 2021 11:25 AM
by RadiAnt
Thanks for your suggestion.
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