Fix Version/s: None
Sprint:SUIT Sprint 2016-8
Team:Science User Interface
- Missing feature: before migration, in expanded mode, the toolbar had an 'added image' button which was bringing an image search panel to add images to the current view.
- The Gator Multi-object search seems having problem with the coverage image.
- if marker/footprint overlay is clicked, that doesn't activate the image viewer and doesn't update the layer dialog either. Large drawing layers block viewer from becoming active, WFIRST footprint or WFC3/IR cause the problem.
in expand mode and zoom 'fill the visible space' clicked, the magnifier image doesn't show anything from the coverage- not a bug, magnifier is disable when zoom level is above 8x
- In API, it is not possible to drag dialogs (ex. Drawing Layers).
All Firefly (found by Tatiana):
- The highlight should of catalog or coverage overlay should just change if you are close to the point. For now I am setting it to 20 pixels
Catalog overlay should not use table id in drawing layer description. (See the attached screenshot.) It should be using MetaConst.CATALOG_OVERLAY_TYPE attribute value.Moved to DM-7055
- After using distance tool in one plot, then the other, clicking again in the first plot does not make it active. (You have to click on the border of the plot to make it active, clicking inside does not help.)
This seems to cause strange behavior, when selections do not work as expected. For example: select ruler, select some lines alternating first and second plot. Unselect ruler, select area icon. Selecting in the first plot will still show distance. I had to delete distance tool drawing layer or click on the border for things to start showing area selection.
In general, there is some confusion with active plot, when I have two viewers. Should a plot become active as soon as mouse enters is? Otherwise in readout, compass thumbnail will still show active plot, while readout thumbnail could use another plot.
note from trey: this is the same problem as the marker/footprint in atlas described aboved