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_getEnabledElement returns undefined

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I am currently working on a project that involves the cornerstone libraries (react-cornerstone-viewport 0.1.27 and cornerstone-tools 3.9.2).

I have one CornestoneViewport and one brush tool. I can change the segmentation (previous, next); change the brush size; but if I try to hide the segmentations using: ** hideAllSegmentationsOnElement **

It is giving me this error:

cornerstone.js:2388 Uncaught Error: getEnabledElement: parameter element must not be undefined
    at Object.getEnabledElement (cornerstone.js:2388)
    at BaseBrushTool._getEnabledElement (cornerstoneTools.js:25163)
    at <anonymous>:1:30

so it seems that the element (this.element) is not set in the brush tool.

This is what I am kind of doing in my React component (render method) just for testing:

return (
<CornerstoneViewport ...
    cornerstoneTools = {cornerstoneTools}
   ... />

Do you have an idea of what I need to do here?

I would appreciate any help, Thanks.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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swederikcommented, May 27, 2019

@d13g0 Are you still having this issue after our changes? I think it was related to passing cornerstoneTools = {cornerstoneTools} into the component (which was previously necessary, but is no longer required). I’m guessing we can close this.

dannyrbcommented, Jun 9, 2019

Closing for now. Please feel free to continue the conversation if your issue is not resolved.

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