Commit 680db080 authored by Fabian Thiel's avatar Fabian Thiel
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doc: changed images back to autogenerated screenshots (if available)

parent 37308d21
......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ Time Series
This window lists the individual input raster files of the time series.
.. figure:: img/timeseriespanel.png
.. figure:: /img/autogenerated.win32/timeseriesPanel.png
* **Date** corresponds to the image acquisition date as automatically derived by the EO TSV from the file name. Checking |cbc| or unchecking |cbu| the box in the date field will include or exclude the respective image from the display
* **Sensor** shows the name of the sensor as defined in the :ref:`Sensors / Products` tab
......@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ Remove them by selecting the desired rows in the table (click on the row number)
Sensors / Products
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.. figure:: img/sensordock.png
.. figure:: /img/autogenerated.win32/sensorPanel.png
The EO Time Series Viewer automatically assesses different characteristics of the input images (number of bands, geometric resolution etc.)
and combines identical ones into sensor groups (or products). Those are listed as follows in the Sensor / Products window:
......@@ -242,7 +242,7 @@ use the |select_location| :superscript:`Select Cursor Location` button and click
* The Cursor Location Value panel should open automatically and list the information for a selected location. The layers will be listed in the order they appear in the Map View.
In case you do not see the panel, you can open it via :menuselection:`View --> Panels --> Cursor Location Values`.
.. figure:: img/cursorlocationvalues.png
.. figure:: /img/autogenerated.win32/cursorLocationInfoPanel.png
* By default, raster layer information will only be shown for the bands which are mapped to RGB. If you want to view all bands, change the :guilabel:`Visible` setting
to :guilabel:`All` (right dropdown menu). Also, the first information is always the pixel coordinate (column, row).
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