public class SpecifyROI extends java.lang.Object implements PlugIn, DialogListenerThis plugin implements the Edit/Selection/Specify command.
New update, correctly handling existing oval ROIs, the case that "Centered" is already selected when the plugin starts, and always restoring the original ROI when the dialog is cancelled (JW, 2008/02/22) Enhancing the original plugin created by Jeffrey Kuhn, this one takes, in addition to width and height and the option to have an oval ROI from the original program, x & y coordinates, slice number, and the option to have the x & y coordinates centered or in default top left corner of ROI. The original creator is Jeffrey Kuhn, The University of Texas at Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Joachim Wesner, Anthony Padua
Constructors Constructor Description
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
dialogItemChanged(GenericDialog gd, java.awt.AWTEvent e)This method is invoked by a Generic Dialog if any of the inputs have changed (CANCEL does not trigger it; OK and running the dialog from a macro only trigger the first DialogListener added to a GenericDialog).
run(java.lang.String arg)This method is called when the plugin is loaded.
public void run(java.lang.String arg)Description copied from interface:
PlugInThis method is called when the plugin is loaded. 'arg', which may be blank, is the argument specified for this plugin in IJ_Props.txt.
public boolean dialogItemChanged(GenericDialog gd, java.awt.AWTEvent e)Description copied from interface:
DialogListenerThis method is invoked by a Generic Dialog if any of the inputs have changed (CANCEL does not trigger it; OK and running the dialog from a macro only trigger the first DialogListener added to a GenericDialog).
- Specified by:
gd- A reference to the GenericDialog.
e- The event that has been generated by the user action in the dialog. Note that
nullif the dialogItemChanged method is called after the user has pressed the OK button or if the GenericDialog has read its parameters from a macro.
- Should be true if the dialog input is valid. False disables the OK button and preview (if any).