When I modify an annotation in a TMA the hierarchy of the annotation is lost

Hello,

I applied the TMA de-arreyer to a chromogenic IHC image, then created annotations for each core with the simple threshold pixel classifier. I do this to have an exact area for each core. If I unlock and modify an annotation with the tools (to exclude a folding or a stain), then the hierarchy for that annotation is lost, it is no longer under the TMA core it’s now under the image (parent). So when I export the results of the annotations, these are not identified with the corresponding TMA core name. Is there a way to avoid this form happening? or fixing it?

Thanks,

Paula

Sounds the same as this.

@Research_Associate Thank you the threads helped solve the issue now and prevent it from happening again in the future! I had not seen either thread. Searches for answers are sometimes complicated since we each write our own title and neither had the word “hierarchy” in it.

Thanks,

Paula

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