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I tried to use that, and was following a tutorial.
The result that I got when the process ran was a new frame that was cropped to only contained the area where the two pictures overlapped.
Perhaps I did not understand the suggested steps in the example.
What I am looking for is a set of pictures in a line where each picture over lays the previous one.

Rich
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General / Re: Loading Process Icons on more than one Workspace
« Last post by BobinBend on 2019 May 16 10:55:51 »
Hi Bob, you can make a process visible in all workspaces.

For that, shade the process > right click on it > Visible in All Workspaces
Then you can change between workspaces and apply the process in the corresponding image.

Saludos, Alejandro.

Thanks Alejandro, I'll give this a try!
Bob
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Hi Rich,

DynamicAlignment should *always* work if properly used. Can you upload some of these images to test DA with them?
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Image Processing Challenges / Manually aligning jpg's to make a mosaic
« Last post by rtemen on 2019 May 16 10:20:59 »
I have a set of 8 jpg shots of an asteroid moving through a constellation.
I would like to line them up and make a mosaic.
But, I actually want to just position the shots over each other manually and them form them into a mosaic.
So far, all of the suggestions seem to direct me to Star Alignment or Dynamic Alignment.
I am not able to get either of these tools to work.
Is there a way to just manually drag the pics over each other and then make a mosaic of the views as they sit on the screen?

Rich
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Wish List / Re: Decompression of fz-files
« Last post by Petulinecko on 2019 May 16 10:17:06 »
Dear Juan,

I was very pleased with the latest PI update release that should contain CFITSIO for macOS. I was expecting this would enable opening fpacked compressed FITS files (filename.fits.fz) of my observations on LCOGT that are compressing all fits files. https://lco.global/documentation/archive-documentation/

However, PI cannot open such files. Do you have any advice please?

Thank you and best wishes

Peter

I would like to ask you whether you have
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Hi Bob, you can make a process visible in all workspaces.

For that, shade the process > right click on it > Visible in All Workspaces
Then you can change between workspaces and apply the process in the corresponding image.

Saludos, Alejandro.
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General / Re: Loading Process Icons on more than one Workspace
« Last post by BobinBend on 2019 May 16 09:15:34 »
Thanks for the answer. One last question...
If I'm working on two almost identical images in two different workspaces, what is the easiest way to apply a process to the first image than quickly apply the same process with all its settings to the second image? Can I transfer previews, masks etc. to the second workspace without having to manually recreate them?

Thanks again,
Bob
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New Scripts and Modules / Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Last post by Juan Conejero on 2019 May 16 05:05:01 »
These scripts cannot be featured because they don't include #feature preprocessor directives, so the automatic script featuring process cannot identify them.

You have to load the scripts in Script Editor and modify a few parameters manually to adapt them to your working environment, then you can run them (F9 on Linux and Windows, Ctrl+R on macOS). The scripts provide good information about these parameters and how to customize them.
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New Scripts and Modules / Re: Pattern subtraction scripts
« Last post by gianpri on 2019 May 16 04:21:51 »
Hi Vincent,
unfortunately I can't install your scripts that I decompressed in the PatternSubtraction folder. I get this message:

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Release Information / Re: Latest version - default to full screen
« Last post by Juan Conejero on 2019 May 16 03:50:15 »
Hi Jeff,

That's great, I'm glad to know I could help. Now I hope you enjoy PixInsight!
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