We have been putting in a tremendous amount of work into improving our playlists and creating a compelling format to present radiology cases, with full stack and multi-study case support. We have not finished yet, but already this is rapidly becoming a new standard in teaching radiology. 


You can add static images between cases in your playlist. These can be anything, but ideally they are powerpoint / keynote slides exported as images (just go to "save as -> images" or "export as images" menu options in "file"). 

Then click the + where you want to add them, and drag and drop one or more images into you playlist (you need to be in edit mode to do this naturally). 


Hide case components

Sometimes you don't want to show the whole case, but just one study. Or maybe you want to hide the questions etc... Well now you can hide any (or even all) components form a study. Just click the three horizontal lines in the bottom right corner of a case thumbnail and toggle visibility. Green eye = visible. Grey eye = invisible. 



Control your presentation with keyboard arrow keys

You can now control your presentation using the keyboard arrow keys.

  • Right arrow key = the orange button 
    • slides = next slide / start of next case
    • cases = next component (or next case if at the end)
  • Left arrow key
    • slides = previous slide / start of previous case
    • cases = previous case; not previous component (yet)
  • Up / Down arrow key
    • slides = N/A
    • cases = scroll up / down if a stack






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