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There are three types
of image slices -- Axial, Sagittal, and Coronal. Small (preview) images
for each of these viewpoints are displayed in the main panel of the viewer.
Moving one of the cutting lines will create a new slice through the Visible
Select the type of slice
you want by clicking on the image or the viewpoint name. This will highlight
the name in blue, and the cutting line which produced that image will change
from red to cyan. To chose a new slice, click on the cutting line and drag
it to a new position. A new preview image will appear after you release
the mouse button.
Choose the image resolution
appropriate for your network connection by clicking one of these buttons:
The adjust buttons (the
triangle buttons) let you fine tune the exact slice number (shown in blue).
If you want to see the full size image of the slice you have just chosen,
press the Load button to pop up an image slice window.
Low resolution images
are around 10 - 50 KBytes.
Medium resolution images
are around 25 - 150 KBytes.
High resolution images
are around 50 - 350 Kbytes.