Creates a new frame. Each frame has an unique name.
New Frame RGB
Creates a new rgb frame. Each frame has an unique name.
Unloads any FITS files and deletes the current frame.
Delete All Frames
Unloads all FITS files and deletes all frames.
Clears or Unloads any FITS files in the frame.
Resets the current frame to default settings.
This allows the user to refresh or rerender the current frame. This is useful for real-time applications where the underlining shared memory segment or mmap file has changed contents.
Sets the display mode to single frame. One frame is displayed at a time. You can use the TAB key or the Frame Menu to advance to the next available frame. Only frames that are not 'Hidden' are available.
Sets the display mode to multiple frame mode. When in TILE mode, the horizontal and vertical graphs are not available. The TAB key or Frame Menu can be used to advance to the next available frame. Only frames that are not 'Hidden' will be shown.
Sets the display mode to blink mode. Only frames that are not 'Hidden' will be shown.
Scale, Rotate, and Pan all frames referenced to the current frame based on the selected coordinate system.
Match the Colormap, Bias, and Contrast for all frames referenced to the current frame.
Match all scale parameters, including type, mode, scope, minmax parameters, and zscale parameters across all frames to the current frame.
When in crosshair mode, position the crosshair cursor for all frame referenced to the current frame based on the selected coordinate system.
Allows the user to indicate which frames are 'Hidden' or not available. When a frame is 'Hidden', it is not available for display, and can not be selected from the Frame Menu.
Change the order of display
Goto a particular frame
Displays Fits Data Cube dialog.
Displays RGB Frame dialog.
Specify Tile, Blink, and display size parameters