Problem report for Slicer 4.11.20200930 win-amd64: in segment editor, I’ve set the masking option “Modify other segments” to “Overwrite visible” before applying smoothing [closing (fill holes) - 1.00mm]. If any of my segments is then hidden before applying the effect, the visible segments end up overlapping instead of one overwriting the other as expected.
Confirmed that performing the analogous operation in Slicer 4.10.2 (same volume, segmentation, “Overwrite other segments” set to “Visible segments”) results in expected overwriting behavior.
Is this a bug or did the functionality of this masking option change? If it changed, is there still a way to cause an effect to overwrite visible segments as in 4.10.2?
I can’t reproduce this:
This is what I did: created yellow and green segments, and then hid the yellow and create the brown segment using the overwrite to visible segments. As expect it overwrote the green but, overlapped with yellow since it was hidden at the time.
Since yellow and green are visible, I’m expecting the smoothing effect on yellow to overwrite parts of green; instead they end up overlapping, which can be further confirmed by hiding the yellow layer.
I was able to replicate using Slicer 4.13.0-2020-12-07 as well. There is different behavior if Segment_3 is hidden or shown when applying “Closing (fill holes)” smoothing to the selected visible Segment_2.
My 3 segments originally applied with default “Overwrite all”.
Undo that last action and instead hide Segment_3 and then select Segment_2 again and applying “Closing (fill holes)” for Segment_2 with “Overwrite visible”. Segment_2 new area from smoothing is overlapping Segment_1 instead of overwriting.