This release is a big re-write of the plugin to allow for a real full screen option and take advantage of the latest features of DWV 0.25.2 such as the ability to load DICOMDIR files (*.dcmdir). I’ll post more about this later. The other new feature is the setting of a user window/level preset from the blog post using the
wl_name options in the shortcode and the gallery. See it live in the body of this post…
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This new version of the plugin bundles the latest version of the DWV viewer (v0.22.0) which brings bug fixes and improvements such as: more locales, updated decoders and improved DICOM parsing. Enjoy!
This is a new post created with WordPress 4.9 “Tipton” and the DICOM Support plugin 0.5.2. All systems are operational!
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This new version of the plugin bundles the latest version of the DWV viewer (v0.17.0) which brings bug fixes and improvements. If you are curious, here is the full list. Among them, maybe the most visible is the new double click on the image when in scroll mode that will trigger a ‘play’ of the data either of all slices or all frames.
On the side of the plugin, based on users request, I added a ‘Full screen’ link just below the image to launch the viewer on its own page. This version launches the ‘simplistic’ viewer for dependency reasons. Other viewer are available, see the DWV demo page. They could be integrated in the future… Just ask on the plugin support page!
New gallery post created with WordPress 4.7 “Vaughan”. Jump for joy, it works!
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Version 0.4 of the plugin brings the new dwv v0.16.0 with a bunch of new functionalities. Among others the support for multi-frame data!
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New gallery post created with the hot WordPress 4.6 “Pepper”. Your host is happy to say “Nothing to report, all systems operational”, see for yourself in the post body…
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New gallery post created with the hot wordpress 4.5.2. Nothing to report, see the post body!
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The DICOM standard allows to save the image data using different data encoding. It is called the Transfer Syntax. The basic is no encoding, meaning the file contains the raw pixel values. But it can also be JPEG, JPEG Lossless, JPEG 2000…
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