I’m pretty sure someon e’s
posted about this before with a workaround.
The idea is to add invisible glyphs (square markers, circles,
whatever) on the same plot and attach a hovertool to them.
On 2/21/16 2:11 PM, Bryan Van de Ven
Hi Saar, Hit-testing on images is still an open feature request. If you have experience and would be interested in contributing, we'd be happy to help with any questions. Otherwise, please feel free to make a GH issue to request the feature (I don't think there is an issue for it yet).
On Feb 21, 2016, at 3:51 PM, wrote:
Hi, is it possible to implement the Hover Tool or the tap tool on image in such a way that when I moving my mouse or pressing on the image pixels, I get information on the pixel below the mouse, like the pixel coordinates and pixel value.
I would be glad to get an example.
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