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- Nov 19 2020, 10:58 PM (36 w, 1 d)
Wed, Jul 28
Currently, we received 4 responses in total.
Segmentation survey responses now kept as a docx file at hub.dkfz.de in
E230 Group 5 > MITK Planning > Development > MITK Segmentation Survey 2021
Jun 17 2021
Currently, we have only 3 responses (including Fabian's).
Here is the data:
Jun 7 2021
Apr 22 2021
Changes are pushed into the new branch T28353-cmake_faq branch.
Apr 14 2021
Mar 15 2021
- I want to use a plugin, how do I activate it?
Mar 10 2021
Feb 10 2021
Problem is cannot be replicated anymore on my mac book (after a restart). Only Happens recurrently at certain times.
Feb 9 2021
Closing an empty workbench or loaded workbench using X button on the title bar causes this.
Attaching full stacktrace herewith:
Jan 31 2021
Hi Ralf, Stefan & others involved,
I am sorry for attracting unnecessary concerns on a bug which never really existed.
I have finally found the fix! This bug is due to my GPU driver.
My laptop has an AMD Radeon dedicated GPU and MITK uses it by default for rendering its "Standard Display".
I checked the crash log using Event Viewer and found that atio6axx.dll was the culprit here. This is an AMD driver related DLL file.
I switched the default GPU for Mitk workbench to the onboard integrated graphics and that's it!
Problem solved. I am attaching the working screen recording herewith :-)
Sure. I can reproduce the crash with both conditions viz. data from MITK-Data folder and with segmentation view closed. Here is the screen recording.
Nothing special that I can see. The moment it crashes, the terminal window also closes quickly. I am attaching a screen recording with the terminal screen. From this run (as in the attached video), I feel, maybe the issue/bug has nothing to do with Segmentation. I only noticed it in the context of testing 'Segmentation'.
FYI- Since I am in windows now, I can't really see if "Core dumped" is the real error message. I merely use it synonymously with the word "Crashed".
Jan 30 2021
Jan 29 2021
Cool, one less to thing to worry about. :)