Crop at Cursor
The Crop at Cursor command cuts out a sub image defined by the outline of the Image Cursor. Before executing this command, position and size the image cursor to the desired limits.
You can also use the Ctrl+X accelerator, the Windows standard "cut" keystroke.
If the button is pressed (Process Image Set mode is activated), the entire image set is cropped to the Image Cursor.
This command is immediate without any dialog for setting parameters. To explicitly set the sub frame limits, use the Crop Image command.
An Undo copy of the original image or image set is saved so that the cropping operation can be undone.
This command preserves the World Coordinate System calibration of the image.
Crop Image, Image Sets