The applet version of ImageJ should open in a separate "ImageJ" window. With a slow connection, this may take a minute or two. Quit ImageJ by clicking on the "ImageJ" window's close button.
Note that ImageJ requires Java 1.4 or later.
29 example images are available in ImageJ's File/Open Samples submenu. These images can also be
To use the
Open... and Save As... commands you must use the
of the ImageJ applet.
When running as an applet, ImageJ looks for the StartupMacros file in
the "document base", the directory on the server that contains the
HTML page with the applet tag. This ImageJ applet loads its StartupMacros from
Run the Plugins/Benchmark command to test the speed of your Java Virtual Machine.