Unfortunately not yet. We are in the midst of changing fits I/O handling code, so we need to wait until that change is complete before investigating a way to handle this. I think the main issue is that we don't want to require all users to have to select a specific fits header before a fits sequence opens, but maybe we can find a way around it.
OK thanks for your reply. I'd have some more trade for you, but I can't get the other software to work on my Linux system, which means I can't get a date. It all gets a bit complicated if I have to use an old Windows 10 machine as well as two software programs, of which the other software freezes on contact with HSC frames. Annoying... Still, Zooites reported 14 supernovae thanks to AstroImageJ. (Also, finding the actual FITS image in the HSC database is just difficult). Best regards, Richard.
We're actually trying to think through some solutions to see if one is possible to implement as part of the new fits I/O code implementation. If successful, we may have something ready for testing in a few days to a week. Could you provide us a link to a test image? You may have done this before, but if you could repost here, it would be helpful.
I have a HSC image for you to experiment with. The FITS file is 55mb; the last time we exchanged a similar file was using dropbox. Perhaps you would like to do this? I've forgotten how to do it but still have my account. Perhaps do this using private message etc?