I need to change the position of some markups (fiducial or landmarks). I am use to do it with ITK Snap because it shows me the lines of the axes crossing my markup to have them as references.
More importantly, if I move one markup, it simultaneously shows me the movement in the other axes jumping through slices. For example, while moving my landmark in Axial plane, it will show me simultaneously the movement in Sagittal and Coronal slices, by moving the slices while the markup is static in these axes.
At the moment, in Slicer, if I move my markup in axial, the markup disappear in sagittal and coronal axes (my slices do not move, only my markup, eventually it disappear in these axes). If I double click on it will show me where are them in all axes, but I lost the reference and complicated the exact location of my markup.
Is there any way to have the reference lines (which represent the intersection of axes) crossing the markups?
Can I move the markup in one axes (plane) and have the movement reflected in the other planes associated with the slices movement?
Operating system: Windows
Slicer version: 5.2.2
Expected behavior: moving markups trough slices in all axes simultaneously (slices in axial, coronal and sagittal planes) showing the movement in the slices of all planes
Actual behavior: movement of the markup only not movement of the slices in the remaining planes