June 3, 2004
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- Image too large.
- Resize with Edit -> Scale and Rotate...
- This resamples the pixels - the actual image data is changed.
- I don't know any way to zoom down a large image, so that the image fits
on the screen but the original pixel data is retained. ImageJ,
MacLisipix and Adope Photoshop will zoom down.
- The color scale and the LUT window are garbaged.
- Revert to gray scale if appropriate using Options ->
- Covering then uncovering a pseudo RGB
window might damage the color scale - PC only. I do not know
how to restore the color scale. The RGB image must be reconstructed
from the original (Stacks -> RGB to 8bit color).
- Use the Options -> Grayscale
menu *before* loading the image.
- Insufficient memory
- (Mac Only) Increase the memory allocation. In the finder,
select NIH Image application (without it running), then use the
File -> Get Info menu. Add more memory in the Preferred
- If the Undo or clipboard buffer size is too small, increase
it in the dialog box presented by the Options -> Preferences
menu. Then invoke the File -> Record Preferences
menu. On the Mac, doing this might also requiring increasing
the memory allocation. Quit and restart Image.
- Threshold band in LUT window is only
1 pixel wide and stays that way.
- File -> Revert to Saved.
- Work on the image up to this point
that has not been saved will be lost.