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Re: Problem displaying images when using direct URL call with parameterStud
Posted: Mar 26, 2009 10:37 PM   in response to: Suresh in response to: Suresh
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Hi,

I installed v0.8, tried it aaaaand... worked fine!!! Yeeeesss!!

You're great!

But, there are a couple of remarks:

1.- Image missplacing using Internet Explorer (issue)
when I use Internet Explorer, the image is displayed in the upper right corner of the window, and an error icon appears which shows the following message when double clicking:

Line: 87
Car: 52
Error: Syntax error
Code: 0
URL: http://192.168.1.72:8080/oviyam/oviyam?studyUID=1.3.51.0.7.1168022772.33584.19776.43408.3716.40171.45184

See attached image and source code file (oviyam3).

Would you mind having a look at this?

FireFox displayes images ok!

2.- Study description using FireFox (minor detail)
Study description is not correctly displayed on the central image, whereas series description over series icon is displayed correctly. It's only a question of character set displaying I guess (latin chars with accents are not taken into account for study description, but they are in series description)

See attached image oviyam4.jpg

Thanks so much!!
Suresh

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Registered: 11/26/07
Re: Problem displaying images when using direct URL call with parameterStud
Posted: Mar 26, 2009 10:46 PM   in response to: dcmuser in response to: dcmuser
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dcmuser wrote:
Hi,

I installed v0.8, tried it aaaaand... worked fine!!! Yeeeesss!!

You're great!

Good to hear. I think your problem was the large image size. The latest version restricts image size to 1024 pixels horizontal.

But, there are a couple of remarks:

1.- Image missplacing using Internet Explorer (issue)
when I use Internet Explorer, the image is displayed in the upper right corner of the window, and an error icon appears which shows the following message when double clicking:

Line: 87
Car: 52
Error: Syntax error
Code: 0
URL: http://192.168.1.72:8080/oviyam/oviyam?studyUID=1.3.51.0.7.1168022772.33584.19776.43408.3716.40171.45184

Which version of IE are you using?

2.- Study description using FireFox (minor detail)
Study description is not correctly displayed on the central image, whereas series description over series icon is displayed correctly. It's only a question of character set displaying I guess (latin chars with accents are not taken into account for study description, but they are in series description)

I see what you mean. I'll get it fixed.

Thanks for the feedback. Your screen shots help immensely.

Suresh
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Re: Problem displaying images when using direct URL call with parameterStud
Posted: Mar 27, 2009 12:20 AM   in response to: Suresh in response to: Suresh
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Hi,

The version I used in previous screenchot was MS Internet Explorer v6.0 (see new image oviyam5.jpg with screnn resolution set to 1280x800).

Will you fix this for IE6?

I also tried with version 7.0 of IE, and images are displayed perfectly well (same screen resolution).

I want to sincerely thank you for your help
Suresh

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Re: Problem displaying images when using direct URL call with parameterStud
Posted: Mar 27, 2009 3:57 AM   in response to: dcmuser in response to: dcmuser
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dcmuser wrote:
Hi,

The version I used in previous screenchot was MS Internet Explorer v6.0 (see new image oviyam5.jpg with screnn resolution set to 1280x800).

Will you fix this for IE6?
I will look into this - no promises however. IE 6 is going to be less of a priority compared to IE 7 & IE 8

Suresh
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