When drawing rectangles in image.manual view_id, the UI behaves unfriendly near borders.
- When an annotator is drawing a rectangle and goes beyond the edge with the mouse, he "loses focus" on the rectangle, and the rectangle does not "lock-in" when he stops holding the left mouse button. Annotators have to stop holding the left mouse button inside of the image, which, when the intention is to draw the rectangle all the way to the edge of the image, results in searching for the perfect pixel, so that the mouse is at the edge of the image but not outside of the image, as then the UI would not allow creating the box.
With the first problem, it is easier to first draw an unprecise rectangle inside the bounds of the image, and then stretch it to the edge, which leads to the second problem, which is, in my opinion, a bug:
- When stretching the rectangles, it is possible to go beyond the borders and the db also saves these annotations, meaning there can be rectangles in the database that go beyond the image boundaries. So, a rectagle whose x coordinate can be negative or higher than the width of the image.
I have included a screenshot of the stretched rectangles.
What I would like is a user-friendly way to draw rectangles that lead all the way to the border (like the blue one).