My software was working fine but now it says Macro Error whenever I try and generate a multispectral image and says
index (0) out of 0–1 range in line 199
dialog. addChoice (“Camera type”, infonames, default setting [0 <]>);
im not sure what I did wrong?
After I tried to reinstall my software and verified my toolbox was in the correct folder, I now can’t load previous mspec files , where it shows an error of “no such file or directory” in line 218 or generate a multi spectral image and it shows the error message of “no such file or directory” in line 55.
what can I do? Thank you again for your help!
This error is normally because the toolbox is installed in the wrong place (maybe you’ve added an extra folder?) e.g. you should have copied across all four folders directly to the imagej/plugins directory. So there is imagej/plugins/micaToolbox etc…
So I tried reinstalling it again to the plugins folder, and it works but now I can’t open any of my old mspec. files
Hi Nic, I just recently found a bug that prevents the latest version of the toolbox to open old .mspecs. It is possible that you are looking at the same issue (hard to say without more information). Please try to install the previous version (2.1.) and let us know if the problem persists. The patch of the latest version should be available soon.
It sounds like it’s still not installed correctly. Double check the locations of the files. Start with a new ImageJ, follow the details on the downloads page and make sure everything is in the right place.
It’s really important you follow the OS-specific instructions. e.g. move ImageJ to somewhere like “Documents” not downloads or system-protected locations. Don’t try and run it from the zip file itself (except on macOS). Some systems do all sorts of weird things stopping files from being written/read.