Wed, Jan 25
thanks again, for solving this issue! So in the current kaapana develop the tasklist feature is now integrated!
Mon, Jan 23
Status: Added quite a few papers up until 2020 thanks to a currated list of papers from @floca. For the past two years we now need to look out for papers first.
Thu, Jan 19
@gaoh could you verify if the fix work?
Original issue resolved, raising priority and leaving open to discuss consequences in the next MITK meeting.
Deleted branch from rMITK MITK: feature/T29432-PreloadFirstTask.
While the original issue is rather easy to resolve by exchanging the class to data->Modified() with a RequestRenderWindowAll() (which is the actual intent anyway according to the comments), more hurdles start to appear that are not as easy to resolve.
Status: Currently I add 10 MITK-related papers per day to our publications page. Ongoing...
Tue, Jan 17
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Thu, Jan 12
Describe problem has the same root then T26953. But I think for this task here we can have a work around, so that Hanno does not need to wait until the DICOM Seg thing is fixed.
Wed, Jan 11
We see and feel you. Considering the circumstances that Ralf mentioned (it's basically an ITK issue/contribution) I would anyway go for a Won't Fix here on our MITK side for now, until ITK provides the functionalities for such data types. Okay? :)
Created an example in this pull request: https://github.com/MITK/MITK/pull/271
Fri, Jan 6
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Dec 16 2022
Without a data sample we are not able to reproduce this issue. Can you upload one of these nrrd files? Please make sure that the data does not contain any personal information. You can also restrict access to uploaded files to certain users like me.
Dec 14 2022
Unfortunately, it is all nrrd files. I updated my nvidia drivers and it seems to have improved slightly in that it doesn't crash within moments of loading a base nrrd file, but after I create, save and remove a segmentation nrrd, MITK Workbench crashes when I try to reload (open) the segmentation nrrd.
Dec 13 2022
Without any extra preferences, it's as easy as adding the line this->LoadNextUnfinishedTask(); at the end of the OnTaskListChanged() method.