I have a very silly Micro-manager problem and I hope there is a simple fix.
The image window has disappeared from the viewable portion of my screen and I can’t get it back.
What caused the problem:
I created a script for generating data that is easy to analyze with NanoJ/SRRF. This script generates separate time series files for every channel and Z position (i.e., z1_c1_t1-500, z1_c2_t1-500, z2_c1_t1-500, z2_c2_t1-500, etc). Therefore, a 4 channel image with 30 z slices creates 120 separate images. The first time I used the script, the 120 images cascaded down (and off) the bottom of the screen! Since running the script for the first time, all new images are off the screen and I have no way of seeing them.
What I’ve tried:
I’ve restarted, rebooted, etc. Even after the reboot, all new images still show up off the screen.
What I have not tried:
Reinstalling MM. I would hate to do this because I’ve finally gotten my MM/FIJI/NanoJ/GPU/OpenCL combination playing nicely together and it’s been very fickle (particularly the OpenCL part of the equation).
What I hope someone can help with:
Is there a simple Bsh script that will relocate the active image to a viewable portion of the screen?
Thanks for the input.