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#1 Posted : Thursday, December 6, 2012 9:07:17 PM(UTC)

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Hello,

Is it possible to use cobb angle by once selecting the cobb angle annotation as we do in case of simple angle. Like once select the tool and then the whole operation can be done with that tool i.e. drawing lines and making angle.Is this possible in case of cobb angle annotation i.e. can we just select the cobb angle tool and draw both the line with the same tool and get cobb angle rather than going for all these steps( first select the Line1 tool then draw, then select the Line2 tool and draw, then select the cobb angle).


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#2 Posted : Sunday, December 9, 2012 6:32:39 AM(UTC)

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The current implementation of Cobb angle tool allows you to just draw two lines and it calculates the Cobb angle between the two lines.
Is this what you want? If it is not what you want, please explain what you mean in more detail.

 
#3 Posted : Sunday, December 9, 2012 6:08:56 PM(UTC)

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Hello,

Actually, I don't want to select the "Set Line1" and "Set Line2" from the menu one by one to draw two lines as shown in the "MedicalViewer_CobbAngle" demo provided by Leadtools. I just want to select single menu item i.e. Cobb angle once and want to do the whole operation with only that tool like drawing two line and as soon as the drawing of two lines get completed it itself will show the Cobb angle no need to select the third menu item i.e. Get Cobb Angle.



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#4 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2012 6:28:07 AM(UTC)

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Our demo already does this. In the demos you will have to just set the action key ( for example left mouse button) then draw two lines and it will immediately calculate the Cobb Angle.
Please refer to our Medical Viewer demo.

 
#5 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2012 6:41:14 PM(UTC)

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But in Medical Viewer Demo_original, I have not find any menu for Cobb Angle. I am also attaching a screen shot of Medical Viewer Demo with annotation menu.
I only found the Cobb angle demo on the forum post "http://support.leadtools.com/CS/forums/40624/ShowPost.aspx".
Is it possible for you to provide me the demo for what you discussed above?


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#6 Posted : Wednesday, December 12, 2012 6:21:54 AM(UTC)

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Go to our Medical Viwer Demo, from Actions -> Cobb Angle then draw two lines and automatically the angle will be calculated.
See attached image.

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#7 Posted : Wednesday, December 12, 2012 5:52:11 PM(UTC)

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Hello,

I have checked all the menu of Medical Viewer Demo, but didn't get any menu of Cobb Angle. In "Action" menu I only have only 6 options i.e. Window Level, Alpha, Scale, Magnify, Stack, Offset. Can you please send me the demo you have or some sample to do the same?

Thanks....
 
#8 Posted : Thursday, December 13, 2012 5:08:17 AM(UTC)

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Please note that Cobb Angle is only exist for .NET programming interface and was added in LEADTOOLS v17.5.
If you don't have the latest setup of v17.5, which was released about 10 days ago, please download it from our website.

 
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