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Multiple instances of RadiAnt

Jun 3, 2011 05:36 AM
by Tommy
Today I found that you may open more than one RadiAnt DICOM Viewer windows and load in each one a different case. just open the 1st RadiAnt then click again on its launching icon and you will hava a 2nd RadiAnt available to be used

this is very useful when having multiple monitors since you can run independently a RadiAnt viewer in each monitor to make study comparison easier.

great feature!!! other DICOM viewers I tried work only in single instance mode, so you cannot really take advantage of multiple monitors.

please keep the multiple instances mode available also in future releases.
Jun 5, 2011 07:58 AM
by RadiAnt
Multiple RadiAnt windows are definitely here to stay :-)
Jun 8, 2011 11:03 AM
by Tommy
thanks, that feature is very useful.

I think you should add a line in the homepage telling that RadiaAnt can load multiple studies in a single window, or load each study in a different window (very useful if you have multiple monitors).

many free DICOM viewers have troubles with study comparison.
RadiAnt can do it in different ways

a YouTube video tutorial would be nice as well.

as I told in another thread, I discovered this feauture just accidentally.
I bet many users did not know it.
Jun 8, 2011 10:29 PM
by RadiAnt
You're right, we shall highlight this feature and create a short tutorial video. I'm aware that we need a better help section, however, we try to keep the interface self explaining.
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