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From Robert's input #8 in
There doesn't seem to be a way to show coordinates allowing for XY0 (#8)
The LSST Image classes (Image, MaskedImage, Exposure) support the concept that the bottom-left-pixel is at (x0, y0) not (0, 0). The ds9 display has a way to support this, and it would be good if firefly does too. An example is the patches within a tract (the source centroids are relative to the tract's origin, not the patch); another example is cutouts from e.g. the deblender or the PSF estimation. The ds9 solution is a hack (add another WCS and display both (ra, dec) and (x, y)), but the functionality is very useful.
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Xiuqin Wu [X] (Inactive) made changes -
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Gregory Dubois-Felsmann what's the status of this feature request?