I released a new version of the ImageJ plugin which comes bundled with a feature complete ImageJ macro editor.
For an overview of the plugin please consult the github page:
- Updated ImageJ plugin to version 1.51.s24
- Code completion (templates) action now displays the macro documentation when typing
- Code completion context information improved
- Images from macros are now opened fast (before had a 2s delay because of a missing attribute)
- MacOSX extra menu disabled (avoids a cluttered menu)
- Macros can now be executed within an external ImageJ instance in a separate Java process (if enabled in the preferences – see screenshot 2 below). Tested on Windows only!
- Added JavaFX library reference for Java9
To install the plugin the latest Eclipse Java version 4.7 (Oxygen) is required (I tested this plugin with 4.7.1a). Open the Help->Install new Software dialog and add the following update site:
The plugin is also availabe from the Eclipse Marketplace Client:
Help->Eclipse Marketplace… (search for ImageJ)
For the next upcoming release of Bio7 a new dark skin will be available. Here are some screenshots for Linux and Windows. Some UI elements of Windows are controlled from the OS and can’t be skinned at the moment.
Beside many changes for the next release I was able to find the time to update the icons of Bio7 for the next release. The icons are a subset of the FontAwesome icons and some custom icons and were created with Inkscape. They will be made available for free, too. At the moment the icons are available in two resolutions (100%, 200%) and the larger icons will be used when working with a high DPI monitor (> x dpi). For the rules see:
Here are two screenshots:
The now standalone ImageJ plugin is now also available on the eclipse marketplace site:
I recently discovered another useful plugin for Bio7 which offers a nice outline view for all opened editors:
Here a screenshot:
To install it just open the update manager and add the site: