Sep 10 2020
Deleted branch T22064-Fix-test-for-new-uppercase-DICOM-tags.
Deleted branch T19933-Turn-off-outline-of-segmentation-integration.
Deleted branch T22064-Convert-DICOM-hex-tags.
Deleted branch T19933-Turn-off-outline-of-segmentation.
Deleted branch T19933-Outline-of-segmentation-fix-rebase.
Deleted branch T19933-Outline-of-segmentation-fix.
Deleted branch T19609-integration-branch.
Deleted branch T20223-RGBAImageFix.
Deleted branch T19801-planar-figure-interactor-crash.
Sep 1 2020
Hi there! 🙂
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Jul 6 2018
Please don't priorize or move tasks on workboards on your own. The workboard is outdated and priorizing will lead to the opposite effect that the task is implicitly burried without a single MITK developer noticing this new tasks among the other hundreds of tasks.
Jun 27 2018
Sep 29 2017
installing all 4 packages solved the problem :)
Jul 5 2017
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May 15 2017
Thanks for the hint. It turned out in the end that the default cubic interpolation simply messed with labels on the rotated view planes...
May 12 2017
Maybe the rotation matrix is not set for the clipping plane? Just guessing...
Thanks for the clarification, that explains the rotation of course. We are having problems with some other tools (e.g. with the clipping plane plugin) that came up just in these cases with (permuted) non-unity matrices. Apparently, that is then unrelated with these fixes.
What do you think is wrong? It looks correct to me.
In some cases, the fix leads to unexpected results (see attached). That is, re-init / global re-inits cause image rotations.@Miklos, maybe you have an idea where to start fixing this issue?
Mar 29 2017
No problem. Closing.
No there is no specific reason.
The target_link_libraries was legacy code and we weren't aware that it could done like you proposed.
Is there a specific reason you are using
This is our module cmake file.
Ok I understand that, but my problem is something else.
I disagree a module not being build should not be an error, as there is currently no way to select which modules are being build. Instead all that can be build are by default. Switching to an error would result in just about no build ever being possible.