FSI Pages – Help

Navigation

  • FSI Pages is navigated by using the menu bar (below the image) and the mouse directly on the image.
    For example, you can directly drag a corner of a page or click it once to turn the page over.
    Click any area of a page to switch to Zoom mode.
    In zoom mode, FSI Pages behaves as FSI Viewer.
    For example, you can directly select a segment of the image that you want to enlarge.

Main menu bar

  • The Main menu bar holds the main buttons to navigate inside the catalog.

  • Search Using this button you can perform a fulltext search inside the catalog.

  • Save Page. This button will open a menu where you can choose which page of the catalog you want to save to your disk.

  • Print page. This will print the chosen page.


  • First / Last page. Takes you to the first or last page of the catalog.

  • Jump to page… Enter a page number, then hit Enter or click the arrow shown. This will take you to the page with the given number.

  • Page overview. Shows a preview of all pages inside the catalog. Clicking any preview icon will take you to the page.

  • Back to normal view. Brings you back to two page view.

  • Information. Displays information about the viewer and refers to a configurable help page.


Main Functions



  • Back to original view.

    Undoes scaling, rotating, moving etc. back to original view.
    (identical with space bar)

  • Zoom in

  • Zoom out

  • Information


Mouse Functions


  • Mouse – Zoom in
    Choose this function to enlarge segments with the mouse. Click on the image and drag the frame over the desired segment.
    Alternatively you can click on the image, without marking the segment. The current image segment will then be enlarged in steps. To zoom out in steps, hold down the CTRL-key and click on the image.
  • Mouse – move
    Choose this functions to move the image with the mouse. Click on the image and drag in the desired direction. To return to the original view, hold down the CTRL-key and click on the image.


  • Mouse – turn
    Choose this function to turn the image around the z-axis. Click on the image and drag in whatever direction you want to turn the object (to the right or the left) To undo turn, hold down the CTRL-key and click on the image. can click on the image, without marking the segment. The current image segment will then be enlarged in steps. To zoom out in steps, hold down the CTRL-key and click on the image.
  • Mouse – rotate (only for 3D presentations)
    Choose this function to rotate the object around the y-axis. Click on the image and drag to the left or to the right. Move the mouse up or down to rotate the object around the x-axis (when possible).
    To undo rotation hold down the CTRL-key and click on the image.


View


  • Hide/display menu
    Displays or hides the operating functions of the viewer.
  • Information
    Displays information about the viewer and refers to a configurable help page.


Keyboard

FSI Viewer and FSI Pages can also be controlled with the keyboard.
The list below shows which keys have what function. As most function keys are in the Num field, it has to be activated before use.

  • Key

  • Function

  • Num 5, spacebar

  • Back to original view

  • Num 4, left arrow

  • Move to the left

  • Num 6, right arrow

  • Move to the right

  • Num 8, up arrow

  • Move up

  • Num 2, down arrow

  • Move down

  • Num 1

  • Turn around the z-axis to the left

  • Num 3

  • Turn around the z-axis to the right

  • Num 7

  • Rotate around the y-axis to the left (3D only)

  • Num 9

  • Rotate around the y-axis to the right (3D only)

  • Num /

  • Rotate around the x-axis upwards (3D only), or for previous view

  • Num *

  • Rotate around the x-axis downwards (3D only), or for previous view

  • Num 0

  • Hide/display menu


Navigator window




  • In the survey window you can see a miniature presentation of the whole image. The segment which is currently viewed is framed in red. In the survey window you can change the current segment either by dragging the frame, or by clicking on the desired area of the image.