How do I close all windows in ImageJ?

How do I close all windows in ImageJ?

Use close(“*”) to close all image windows. Use close(pattern, “keep”) to not close text or image windows with changes.

How do I close a window in ImageJ macro?

Use run(“Close”) to close non-image windows.

How do I use macros in ImageJ?

To try one, open it in a browser window, copy it to the clipboard (crtl-a, ctrl-c), switch to ImageJ, open an editor window (ctrl-shift-n), paste (ctrl-v), then run it using the editor’s Macros>Run Macro command (ctrl-r). Most of the example macros are also available in the macros folder, inside the ImageJ folder.

How do you record on ImageJ?

Next press Plugins > Macros… > Record to open up the macro recording dialog (“Recorder”). The recording has begun; any subsequent operations will appear in the Recorder dialog. As an example after having opened Blobs from the samples (Hint: Use Ctrl+Shift+B), start the recorder.

How do I move multiple ROI in ImageJ?

Moving multiple ROIs in real time?

  1. With the ROI-Manager open, you see a list of all the ROIs.
  2. Select all ROIs in the ROI-Manager that you like to move together.
  3. In the ROI-Manager go to “More >> OR (Combine)”
  4. Now and important, click “Add [t]”
  5. You see an new entry in the list of ROIs.

How do I batch a macro in ImageJ?

The fastest way to start batch conversion is via the Process › Batch › Macro… command. This will open a dialog (below) that will allow you to specify an input and output directory. You can select an output file format, and then use the Add Macro Code drop-down to generate a macro with the desired functionality.

How do I re-open an ImageJ Macro?

To re-open a macro, use the File>Open or Plugins>Macros>Edit commands, or drag and drop it on the “ImageJ” window. Use the macro language’s built-in run (command, options) function to run any of the 400+ commands in the ImageJ menu bar.

Why are my keyboard shortcuts not working in ImageJ?

Note that keyboard shortcuts will not work unless the macros are installed and the “ImageJ” window, or an image window, is the active (front) window and has keyboard focus. You install macros using the macro editor’s Macros>Install Macros command or the Plugins>Macros>Install command.

How do I install a macro tool in ImageJ?

You can also permanently install a macro tool by adding it to the “>>” menu in the toolbar. As an example, save the “Sample Tool” macro in the ImageJ/plugins/Tools folder as “Sample_Tool.txt”, restart ImageJ, and select “Sample Tool” from the toolbar’s “>>” menu.

How do I run an ImageJ command?

Using run () to execute ImageJ commands Use the macro language’s built-in run (command, options) function to run any of the 400+ commands in the ImageJ menu bar. The first argument (command) is any ImageJ menu command (e.g., “Measure” and “Close All”) and the second argument (options), which is optional, is a string containing parameter values.