How to Print Images from Lispix
Images cannot be printed directly from Lispix.
Images, without graphics, can be saved as a TIFF (or JPEG) and read into another imaging program such as NIH Image or Photoshop. These images include:
It helps to scale the images to 8 bits before sending them to most programs for printing. Converting to 8 bits can be done in a number of ways, for example:
Graphics such as blob outlines, labeled circles, and small
image titles may or may not be redrawn
when the image window is redrawn (refreshed) Redrawing an image window occurs
upon clicking the R! button or on covering and uncovering
the window. In both cases, graphics are NOT saved by Lispix, no matter what
the file format. The way to save images with superimposed graphics is to do
a screen grab <alt> Print Screen, then use some other
image processing program, to paste the whole image, crop as desired, and then
save to a file.