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How can I zoom in or zoom out while calibrating an image in Didger?

In Didger 3, you can zoom in/out during the image calibration procedure by pressing Shift-click (zoom in) or Ctrl-click (zoom out). For example, move your cursor over the image and hold the shift key down and click on the image where you want to zoom in. You can also use the scroll bars along the bottom and side of the plot window to move the view to the correct location for the calibration point.


In Didger 4, use the magnifying glass tools in the upper left corner of the image window in the Image Registration and Warping dialog box. For example, click on the magnifying glass tool with a + in the middle, and then click on the image where you want to zoom in.


In Didger 5, use the mouse wheel or the magnifying glass tools in the upper left corner of the image window in the Image Registration and Warping dialog box. For example, click on the image preview window, and roll the mouse wheel to zoom in.

 

Updated October 6, 2016

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