IT-LIST Digest 31Topics covered in this issue include:  1) Re: IT crashes on me...	by "GERALD POLLACK"   2) e-mail digest	by "Darfler, Marlene"   3) Re: e-mail digest	by DEAHL@uthscsa.edu  4) Re: e-mail digest	by Ron DeSpain   5) IT and WIN95 with a Mach 3155 	by heermann@mcs.net (heermann)  6) Re: IT and WIN95 with a Mach 3155	by davenport issac   7) For any unobservant people (like me) developing plug ins	by davenport issac   8) Re: ImageTool Developers	by "Heberto Ghezzo"   9) Problems with IT...	by Francois Richard  10) Re:ImageTool Developers	by Zoltan Tomori  11) RE: Pencil and eraser functions	by Don Wilcox ----------------------------------------------------------------------Date:          Tue, 9 Jul 1996 14:33:35 EST5EDTFrom: "GERALD POLLACK" To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: IT crashes on me...Message-ID: <199607091840.OAA08275@sirocco.CC.McGill.CA>> Hi,> > I am curious whether or not this has happened to someone else...> When I run the 'Interactive Histogram Stretch' plugin, but hit "cancel", => IT => > crashes, giving me the 3 error messages shown below. => > > Am I the only one getting something like this, or has this occured before=> ? If => > so, how can I fix this?> > Thanks for your help,> Fran=E7ois.> > Errors:> >   IT caused an invalid page fault in>   module OWL252F.DLL at 0137:0064ae59.... etc.I too had problems with IT and invalid page fault errors; not with histogram stretch, but whenever I tried to open a new stack. I was running IT unders Windows 95, which I installed by upgrading from wfw3.11. I recently upgraded to a new disk, installed Windows95 from scratch, and now IT works fine (so far, at least). Gerald PollackDept. of Biology, McGill University, 1205 ave. Docteur Penfield,Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3A 1B1Phone: (514) 398-6418    Fax: (514) 398-5069------------------------------Date: Tue, 09 Jul 96 15:55:00 PDTFrom: "Darfler, Marlene" To: "'IT-LIST'" Subject: e-mail digestMessage-ID: <31E2E5D1@smtpgw.lifetech.com>Is there a way to set up a subscription to the IT-LIST in "digest" mode, where all of the daily messages are sent out once per day?  I would prefer to get them all together rather than the trickle I get all day.Thanks.------------------------------Date: Tue, 09 Jul 1996 23:15:56 -0500 (CDT)From: DEAHL@uthscsa.eduTo: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: e-mail digestMessage-ID: <01I6VX6HLGGY00BDXY@uthscsa.edu>To receive a digest of it-list (approximately once per week, or every 300lines of text), send the command   set it-list mail digestin the body of email addressed to   listproc@sparky.uthscsa.eduFor a list of the other commands available to you on this server, send thecommand   helpin the body of email addressed to the same address.Tom Deahldeahl@uthscsa.eduit-list owner------------------------------Date: Tue, 09 Jul 1996 21:26:15 -0700From: Ron DeSpain To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: e-mail digestMessage-ID: <31E330E7.753C@ez2.net>Darfler, Marlene wrote:> > Is there a way to set up a subscription to the IT-LIST in "digest" mode,> where all of the daily messages are sent out once per day?  I would prefer> to get them all together rather than the trickle I get all day.> Thanks.Me Too!-- Ron DeSpain - Chief EngineerCostar Precision Optics & Video Products40925 County Center Dr., # 210Temecula, CA 92591909 699 9000------------------------------Date: Tue, 09 Jul 1996 22:14:48 -0500From: heermann@mcs.net (heermann)To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: IT and WIN95 with a Mach 3155 Message-ID: <199607100446.XAA16279@Kitten.mcs.com>I have seen IT on Win 95 and love it!  I am wondering when the Mach 3155will be supported?  I would like to use it in an exhibit to capture imagesfrom our solar telescope.  Scitech is a hands-on science museum in Aurora ILthat I am associated with.  IT scripting will allow us to automate thecollection of solar images and make time-laps movies.  This will enhance ourweb page at http://www.town.hall.org:80/places/SciTech/.------------------------------Date: Tue, 9 Jul 1996 22:54:10 -0600 (MDT)From: davenport issac To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: IT and WIN95 with a Mach 3155Message-ID: <199607100454.WAA06889@stripe.Colorado.EDU>We are all waiting on that module with anticipation.  I am assuming theyare working on Porting the NT driver/DLL.  Do any of you NT users know if the NT DLL for aquiring images supports sequential grabs, and if so whatis the max speed?  Has anyone used the IT DT3155 driver under NT to get30 frames per second?isaac.> > I have seen IT on Win 95 and love it!  I am wondering when the Mach 3155> will be supported?  I would like to use it in an exhibit to capture images> from our solar telescope.  Scitech is a hands-on science museum in Aurora IL> that I am associated with.  IT scripting will allow us to automate the> collection of solar images and make time-laps movies.  This will enhance our> web page at http://www.town.hall.org:80/places/SciTech/.> ------------------------------Date: Tue, 9 Jul 1996 23:05:17 -0600 (MDT)From: davenport issac To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: For any unobservant people (like me) developing plug insMessage-ID: <199607100505.XAA07202@stripe.Colorado.EDU>I was thinking, "this isn't much of an sdk, all it is the source code andsample code for a dll."  Then I found there is a .hlp file in the rootdirectory of the source code, it is different from the Image Toolsapplication .hlp file.  To access it in Win 95 just click on it.  It isnothuge but it is helpful.  I case you missed it like I did.  I looked for areadme.co .txt etc. when Iwas really looking for .hlp.  :-)ike.------------------------------Date:          Wed, 10 Jul 1996 08:51:09 EST5EDTFrom: "Heberto Ghezzo" To: it-list@sparky.uthscsa.eduSubject: Re: ImageTool DevelopersMessage-ID: <199607101256.IAA19115@sirocco.CC.McGill.CA>Answering to Bob A. Smith.If I assume that the color space is 3D, ie a cube with [0,0,0] being black and [255.255.255] being pure white, then any 'color' { I do not know the proper name, it is tint, hue...} is represented by a ray from [0,0,0] to a boundary point where one of the coordinates is 255. Along that line we go from 0% intensity [black] to 100% at the boundary. A 'distance' between 2 colors can then be defined as the angle between the 2 vectors. A region of similarity to a given point [r,g,b] can be an ellipse centered at [r,g,b] with major axis on the ray through [r.g.b]. I am definitely not an expert in colors, only a poor bio-statistician, so I was thinking on the lines of defining distance with an ellipse, ie a quadratic in [r,g,b].You said it has already being proven that it does not work?Consider on the other hand, that I do not want to measure color as an artist would define it, but I want to measure 'colorimetrically' the concentration of a given dye, my immuno stain. The color of the dye is modified by interfering tissue and other components of the slide and the intensity of the color is proportional to concentration. For this application I am not concerned with concentration, just presence, correcting from blurring by the extra stuff.Thanks for your comments, and if anybody else wants to comment please feel free....R. Heberto Ghezzo  Ph.D.Meakins-Christie LabsMcGill UniversityMontreal - Canadaheberto@meakins.lan.mcgill.ca------------------------------Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 09:43:59 -0400From: Francois Richard To: ImageTool Mailing List Subject: Problems with IT...Message-ID: <31E3B39F.4DFC@geol.uottawa.ca>Can anyone help with my problem?IT was working fine for me. But in the last few days, the program =crashes when performing tasks I am certain I could perform only a few =days ago. I included below the two error messages I get when trying to =open a new stack (Stacks -> New):(this message repeated 4-5 times):IT caused an invalid page fault inmodule IT.EXE at 0137:00455ce9.Registers:EAX=00000000 CS=0137 EIP=00455ce9 EFLGS=00010216EBX=00a4ab88 SS=013f ESP=00a2e1a0 EBP=00a2e1ccECX=00a4ab88 DS=013f ESI=00000000 FS=0fffEDX=ffffffff ES=013f EDI=00a2f498 GS=0000Bytes at CS:EIP:8b 46 08 83 c0 28 89 45 fc 33 f6 e9 5f 01 00 00 =Stack dump:00a2f498 00a4a538 00a4a504 00000000 bff61b2f 00a27000 00000000 0000007c =270137ce 00200020 00a2f498 00a2e208 006ea31c 00a4ab88 00a4a538 00000000 =IT caused an exception c0000026H in module KERNEL32.DLL at =0137:bffb87c0.Registers:EAX=00000000 CS=0137 EIP=bffb87c0 EFLGS=00000202EBX=00000000 SS=013f ESP=00a2d86c EBP=00a2d87cECX=00a2d8b8 DS=013f ESI=00a2d7a8 FS=0fffEDX=00a2d974 ES=013f EDI=8154349c GS=0000Bytes at CS:EIP:5d 5f 5e 5b 8b e5 5d c3 8b 4c 24 04 f7 41 04 06 =Stack dump:00a2d87c bffb8a48 00000000 00a2ff68 00a2d8a0 bffb88cb 00a2ff68 00a2d8a0 =00a2d974 00a2d990 00a2ff68 00a2d974 00a2d990 00a2d8c4 bff7663c 00a2d974 =I am quite puzzled as to why this is happening...Before anyone asks, I have not installed any new programs lately (except =for IT, of course). =Any suggestions (but mostly solutions) welcome.Cheers,Fran=E7ois.-- =Francois A. Richard            Email: Richard@geol.uottawa.caUniv. of Ottawa (Geology)      Tel:   (613) 562-5800, ext. 6850Ottawa (CANADA) K1N 6N5        Fax:   (613) 562-5192=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= http://www.geol.uottawa.ca/geo/lists/grads/richard/richard.htm------------------------------Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 17:40:50 +0200 (MET DST)From: Zoltan Tomori To: users Subject: Re:ImageTool DevelopersMessage-ID: At 11:56 AM 7/8/96 +0600, you wrote:> Please send your name, email=20> address along with a description of the plugin you are plannning to=20> develop to this listserver.  We will get in touch with you as soon as it==20> is possible.Name:=09=09Zoltan Tomori=20Email:=09=09tomori@linux1.saske.skPlug In:=09gel analysis, image segmentation, edge detection,=20                MCI frame grabbers, pyramidal representationHi Brent,I have tested  your IT 1.23 and I consider this program very useful. Some==20simple plugins have been developed in our laboratory by me and my students==20to verify the possibility to exploit IT as a base for our new applications.==20My goal is to develop some DLLs improving the capabilities of IT from the==20point of view of image segmentation, edge detection and the gel analysis.==20We plan to acquire images by frame grabbers using MCI protocol. I would lik=e=20to try some non-traditional techniques (pyramidal representation).I have already developed DLL for gel fractions analysis (plug-in of some=20other program) and I am trying to modify my DLL to be acceptable by ImageTo=ol.=20Although we have some experiences with Borland C++ 4.52 and OWL,=20our self-confidence decreases reading your source. Therefore I would very==20appreciate your help and coordination in the future.=20At this moment I have the following problem:- input of my DLL is the rectangular AOI (area of interest) of the analyzed==20  image. How can I get the DIB representing bitmap of selected area=20  (similarly as in your function =84SaveSelectionAs" but not writing DIB to==20  the file). Or how can I use your functions to select AOI inside my DLL.==20- I expect that you fill ImageClientBase and on some message is called=20  ImageClientBase::CmFileSaveSelectionAs. Where and when is called Construc=tor?- Exists there some other simple solution of this problem? (can I find AOI==20  coordinates after the selection written somewhere?)Thank you for great program ImageToolZoltanAddress:  Dr. Zoltan Tomori, PhD,  Institute of Experimental Physics,  Slovak Academy of Sciences  Watsonova 47,  04353 Kosice,  Slovak Republic  E-mail: tomori@linux1.saske.sk  Phone: (4295)762240  Fax:   (4295)763754------------------------------Date: Wed, 10 Jul 1996 09:05:25 -0700From: Don Wilcox To: "'ImageTool List Server'" Subject: RE: Pencil and eraser functionsMessage-ID: <01BB6E3E.FB3060A0@slip49.xroads.com>----------From:  Regis the Watcher[SMTP:MTA108@PSUVM.PSU.EDU]Sent:  Monday, July 08, 1996 9:01 PMTo:  wilcox@xroads.comSubject:  Pencil and eraser functionsAm I overlooking something obvious, or does Image Tool not have the =capabilityto perform general drawing functions like draw and erase?You are not missing anything.  ImageTool does not currently have these =capabilities, as it was originally designed as an analysis and process =tool, not a paint program.  We have plans to add certain capabilites to =ImageTool, but beyond a touch-up tool, none of the planned enhancements =will actually change the bitmap.  Rather, we are planning on =implementing annotation features to allow user's to take notes on an =image.  We have no plans to add general purpose image editing tools.Don------------------------------End of IT-LIST Digest 31