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## <a name= trigger></a> Trigger1 and Trigger2 pipelines
## [<img src="./images/up.PNG">](#back)<a name= trigger></a> Trigger1 and Trigger2 pipelines
The pipelines **Trigger1** or **Trigger2** are executed when the command ```trigger1``` or ```trigger2```, respectively, is received through the windows registry [**CodeMic**](#codemic). A typical workflow is a multi-position low-resolution imaging using the **Default** pipeline. When objects of interest are detected using online image analysis then the **Trigger1/2** pipeline is started with position(s) specified using the registry keys [**X, Y, Z**](#xyz). If no stage coordinates are specified imaging is performed at the current stage and focus position of the **Default** pipeline.
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With adaptive feedback microscopy complex experiments can be performed. We provide here an example for high-throughout F(C)CS and imaging using the ImageJ/FiJi macro [Automated FCS](https://git.embl.de/politi/adaptive_feedback_mic_fiji).