Recently I’ve been using the Neuronatomy plugin on ImageJ/Fiji to analyze filtered images (.tif format). I’ve done all previous images (which I didn’t have issues with) on the same software, and same MacBook, which is a ~ 2018 model.
As of a couple weeks ago, whenever attempting to trace the .tif images on Neuronatomy, moving my mouse makes the frame switch while also moving the cursor, making it very difficult to accurately place endpoints. The shifting of frames does stop when I hold ‘shift’, but this is a nuisance and shouldn’t be happening - whenever I forget to hold it the frame shifts and I have to go back and find my place again.
I have tried:
- Uploading multiple different images
- Re downloading/uploading files
- Using a plugin mouse instead of the touchpad
- Going back to images I previously had no issues with
I experience the same problems while doing these, so I think the problem is because of an update. Does anyone have similar issue, or more experience with the software? I want to go back to a previous update but I’m not familiar enough with the program to know I’m doing this all correctly.