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Display selected 2d images in an interactive window.

(equivalent to shortcut command d2d).

This command is used by default by command display when displaying 2d images.
If selected image is a volumetric image, each slice is displayed on a separate display
window (up to 10 images can be displayed simultaneously this way), with synchronized moves.
When interactive window is opened, the following actions are possible:
Left mouse button: Create an image selection and zoom into it.
Middle mouse button, or CTRL+left mouse button: Move image.
Mouse wheel or PADD+/-: Zoom in/out.
Arrow keys: Move image left/right/up/down.
CTRL + A: Enable/disable transparency (show/hide alpha channel).
CTRL + C: Decrease window size.
CTRL + D: Increase window size.
CTRL + F: Toggle fullscreen mode.
CTRL + N: Change normalization mode (can be { none | normal | channel-by-channel }).
CTRL + O: Save a copy of the input image, as a numbered file gmic_xxxxxx.gmz.
CTRL + R: Reset both window size and view.
CTRL + S: Save a screenshot of the current view, as a numbered file gmic_xxxxxx.png.
CTRL + SPACE: Reset view.
CTRL + X: Show/hide axes.
CTRL + Z: Hold/release aspect ratio.