SlicerQR Development

I am copying your answer into issue SlicerQReads#59 and will provide further guidance there.

@jcfr

ok, I actually commented there as well. Thanks

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Thanks @lassoan,

I’m finally getting into the tutorials after 14 hour days of urgent changes to QREADS. We finished testing on Friday and now preparing for a big release tomorrow. I’m learning all about HelloPython and the Python Interactor. Hopefully, more intelligent question in the future. Thanks everyone for your patience.

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Hey @pieper! You’ve done a great job with the SlicerWelcome tutorial. Thanks.

@lassoan, @pieper, @jcfr,

I’ve installed Visual Studio Code and the Python Extension, the Slicer Python Debugger Extension, set up remote debugger connection to Slicer and they are connected. In Slicer, I then loaded the SlicerQREADS module and I see no way to load the a volume as in the HelloPython example. No menu bar is visible at the top to Add Data> @jcfr, how do I load the data so that I may then debug the Title bar demographics issue?

@jcfr … also, I have a change for which I need to submit a pull request. Do I have the privileges in GitHub to do that? Can’t figure out how to create a branch in GitHub in order to do a pull request and merge the change into main after approval.

Yes, this is the beauty of distributed version control. You always have right to everything - in your own fork. You make all changes that you want, and then send a pull request to the official repository.

I use TortoiseGit git client on Windows and it makes everything very simple, as I don’t need to memorize any commands but all operations are offered in the right-click menu in File explorer.

Yes, I installed TortoiseGit and it is really nice. I’ll tell my team about it for managing GIT for QREADS. Thanks for sharing that @lassoan

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@lassoan @pieper @jcfr,

Is it possible to position the image scroll slider at the bottom of the images rather than the top?

I’m proud of myself. Thanks to @lassoan helping me today, with TortoiseGit, I was able create a branch, make minor changes, commit, push, and then create a pull request. Lots more to learn, but it’s a start.

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@pieper @lassoan @jcfr

Can the mouse button event assignment be done in Python? For example, with the Python script, can I assign zoom to the mouse wheel down and drag, and pan to the left button, and W/L to simultaneous left and right buttons?

Maybe the SetEventTranslationClickAndDrag function?

@jcfr,

I built the latest code and the title information still does not work. I tried the following and nothing printed in Python interactor. Does this mean that the code never gets executed?. Here’s where I placed the print statements in the code…

def _update():
  slicer.app.processEvents()
  slicer.app.layoutManager().resetThreeDViews()
  QReadsLogic.setZoom(self._parameterNode.GetParameter("Zoom"))
  # Dictionary of name and values
  values = {QReadsLogic.DICOM_TAGS[tag]: value for tag, value in QReadsLogic.dicomTagValues(node).items()}

  print("*" * 40)
  print(values)
  print("*" * 40)

  # Update window title
  slicer.util.mainWindow().windowTitle = "CMRN: {PatientID}    Patient Name: {PatientName}     Study: {StudyDescription}     Series: {SeriesDescription}".format(**values)