Load new series into an existing view

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  • #2314

    alex
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    Hi,

    I was wondering if it was possible, after a series have been opened with ISDKWorkspaceControl::WksOpenSeries, to open/close a series in the same view.
    In some way the final behavior that I would like to have is similar to using ISDKWorkspaceControl::WksOpenSeriesData to open two groups:

    
    ISDKWorkspaceControl wksctrl;
    
    CPtrArray group;
    group.Add(series1);
    group.Add(series2);
    
    ISDKWorkspaceControl::WksOpenSeriesData data = ISDKWorkspaceControl::WksOpenSeriesData(&group);
    
    wksctrl->Execute(ISDKWorkspaceControl::WksOpenSeries, &data);
    

    But I would like to be able to add new series/close loaded series on the fly without changing/closing the actual view/viewports or having multiple layout opened.
    Is it possible and how ?

    Best Regards,
    Alexandre.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by  alex.
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    #2338

    DAP
    Moderator

    Hello,
    currently, you will only be able to open series in new views using C++.

    It is not yet possible to add series in a multiphase view using C++.
    You can however do it manually using the quick-series or quick-patient.
    Quick-series and Quick-patient are available with the shortcut Ctrl + S.
    It allows you to drag and drop new series in your view.
    There is no way to remove series from a multiphase view yet. You can only replace a series computed by a VOP.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by  DAP.
    #2340

    alex
    Participant

    Thanks for the answer, i’ll take a look at the Quick-series / Quick-patient 🙂

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