Tim says this is fixed now"
"The issue was that the match Y regions (assuming strips along X) were
being copied from the query to match window, but this is only fine if the
number of Y regions is the same.
Now if the query has the same sparators as the match then the match
positions are updated, otherwise the match separators are left alone."
(I just tried it and it worked for me.)
On Wed, 26 Mar 2008, Mark Girvin wrote:
> > >But the more general question is whether the extra horizontal
> > >row(s) should remain. It sounds like you would prefer that and I'm not
> > >sure if Tim intentionally didn't want that or (more likely) this is just
> > >an unexpected side effect. (He's not here today.)
> > It would be a nice feature for handling e.g. CA, CB & CO triple resonance
> > data. I think we've discussed it before, but I think Tim maybe has some
> > major alterations to the sequential assignment tool(s) coming up, or at
> > least in mind?
> Just wanted to chime in to agree with Brian -- having "sticky" extra horizontal
> rows (esp. for CO, but also for Ca vs Cb) would be extremely helpful. We
> add them manually, but need to reset them for each step through the
> peak list, and need to position CO, etc each time as well. Seems a
> little more tedious than it needs to be.
> PS - Brian, thanks for the macro!
> - Mark
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