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Dual Monitor Layout View in Single Monitor Syngo via Applications

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000210726D
Original Publication Date: 2011-Sep-09
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2011-Sep-09
Document File: 2 page(s) / 707K

Publishing Venue

Siemens

Related People

Juergen Carstens: CONTACT

Abstract

In the Modality Box (MBOX) in Syngo via software, images of a medical case can be stored and processed. These images can be viewed either on a single monitor set up or on a dual monitor set up. If a single monitor set up is used, the software displays the single monitor layout. If, however, the user wishes to view the images with a dual monitor layout, a dual monitor set up and changes in the configuration settings of the software are required.

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Dual Monitor Layout View in Single Monitor Syngo via Applications

Idea: Dharmaraj Kalburgi, IN-Bangalore

In the Modality Box (MBOX) in Syngo via software, images of a medical case can be stored and processed. These images can be viewed either on a single monitor set up or on a dual monitor set up. If a single monitor set up is used, the software displays the single monitor layout. If, however, the user wishes to view the images with a dual monitor layout, a dual monitor set up and changes in the configuration settings of the software are required.

Currently there is no solution to view the dual monitor layout on a single monitor set up.

In the following a solution is to be proposed to view the dual monitor layout on a single monitor set up. With the aid of this solution the user can change the configuration as shown in Figure 1. The system then checks whether one or two monitors are available. In case only one monitor is connected, the program displays the two monitor layout on the single monitor while providing a scroll bar at the bottom of the page, as shown in Figure 2. By that, the user can scroll back and forth to see all segments. However, if the user does not wish to use a scroll bar, all layouts can be shown adjusted to fit on the single monitor.

The advantage of the proposed solution results from the possibility for the user to switch easil...