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Article ID: NSC1142 — Created: 2 Feb 2018 — Reviewed: 5 Feb 2018
Sometimes, it can be difficult to precisely select a region for scanning from the overview image due to the size of the computer screen, size of the tissue sample, image quality, or any combination of these.
When viewing the overview image, you may zoom and pan the image to better assist you in selecting the tissue or region to scan.
To zoom into the overview image, position your mouse over the image and use the scroll wheel on the mouse to zoom in or out.
As you zoom into the image, the uScope Navigator application attempts to constrain the image so that the point under the mouse cursor remains fixed while the image zooms around it.
To pan around the overview image, position your mouse over the image, hold the SHIFT key down, click and drag the image to the new location.
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