When you click on the open image, put your cursor in the middle of the
image, left click one time and hold, and then drag to the frame.
From your description, it sounds like what happens when we double left
click an image.
Linda Moseley | Certified Trainer
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Yes Linda you are correct, the size of the image I am getting when I just click one time, hold & drag to the frame is exactly the same as I get, if I double left click on the image! That's what I don't understand!
It sounds like you imported images from another office and they are in jpg format, not a Carestream RVG
From CS Imaging, resave the images and in the save window, in the upper right, select "Intraoral", and in the upper left, change the date to the date they were actually taken. If they were imported as a jpg from another office, the date will default to the date imported.
assign the tooth numbers
Hit OK. Do this for each bitewing image- this only saves them as individual images.
Since they are jpg images, you can't use the format you use for sensor images.
Open the Use a Format list
At the end of the list is a format for Third Party/ JPG FMS
It is for a complete series but for now, select the bitewing frame (green outline), go to the history and double click on the image and it will populate the frame.
If you want a format that is for jpg bitewings, contact me by email or cell phone with your office contact information and I can help you with the FMS Editor to create what you need.
724-553-2393 cell phone
hope this helps
I couldn't see the other responses until now. OK. Carestream RVG images. Try just opening the format and then open history and from the intraoral tab just doubleclick on the image on the filmstrip- don't open image first. See if that works
Any chance you could put the instructions for creating a Third Party/JPG 4BWX format here?
Also, What Michelle is experiencing happens to me as well. It's frustrating!
1- open imaging
2- format , create
3- use Frame H_IO Cam and Frame V_IO Cam buttons in toolbox to add the 4 horizontal or vertical boxes
you can move boxes and use the tools in the toolbar ( such as magnetic grid or frames ..... ) , use align options to align these boxes
once done use the CD icon in toolbar to save , name the format
Thank you - it created perfectly!
I had the same issue & what worked for me was to minimize that giant image & then I could drag it into the FMX. Hope that works for you!