Planar Plot Options Menu
PlotOptions

The Plot Options menu provides additional options regarding the appearance of planar plots. Items such as rulers, plaques, tumors, etc... which are overlayed onto the plots can be toggled on & off. Sometimes less clutter is clearer!

OptionsMenu
  • Eye - Draws the intersection of the eye with the 2D surface, enabled by default.
  • Rulers - Adds rulers to the isodose plot, enabled by default.
  • Ruler Labels - show ruler labels.
  • Plaque - Draws the intersection of the plaque(s) with the 2D surface, enabled by default.
  • Plaque Name - Displays each pane's plaque name as a label in the pane. You can interactively drag and rotate the label, or fine-tune its position and rotation in the Plot Parameters sheet. Double click the label in the pane to open the parameters sheet.
  • Seeds - Show radionuclide sources.
  • Tumor - Draws the intersection of the tumor(s) with the 2D surface, enabled by default.
  • Shade Tumor - Enables translucent tinting of the tumor.
  • POI - Show points of interest that lie in plane.
  • POI Labels - Label the points.
  • Profiles - Show profile lines, disabled by default.
  • Rx Point - Label and mark the current prescription point.
  • Rx Point Distance - Plots and labels a vector between a location of interest (e.g. the inner sclera) and the Rx point when that vector lies in the plane.
  • Air Interface - Show the air interface line, disabled by default.
  • Other plane - Show intersection with the other planar surface.
  • Matrix - Show the isodose matrix grid, disabled by default.
  • Plot Parameters... - Opens the plot parameters sheet where you can fine tune the plaque name location and text angle. In the example below the plaque name label EP1821-24-p-f center is positioned 7 mm to the right and 14 mm below eye center and is rotated 335° cw. The Plaque name text style may also be edited in the preferences colors tab. The easiest way to position a plaque label is to simply drag and rotate it directly in the pane. You can also access the parameters sheet by double-clicking on the plaque name label (if it is visible) in the graphics content region of the window.
PlotParametersSheet
PlaqueNameTextStyle