I didn't notice a response to this online, perhaps somebody already helped
you offline. Regardless, see my hack below.
On Tue, 17 May 2005, Maureen Ballard wrote:
I have for some time run scripts that produce maps with white backgrounds. I
have a copy of the coltbl.xmp file in my working directory with white as the
first entry to achieve this. However, when I do this, when I use gptext to
put on the NWS and NOAA logos, the white in the logos is switched to black.
Any ideas on how to resolve this? On the script I am working on right now, I
run gpmap, gdplot2, and then gptext (to add the titles and logos).
In addition, the logos never look very clean. Would this be because of the
size? I use size 2 and they look a little blurry. Any ideas on how to clean
Example of what I am referring to at:
Consider placing the logo using ImageMagick instead of GEMPAK. For
combine -compose over gempak.gif -geometry +770+650 \
* Daryl Herzmann (akrherz@xxxxxxxxxxx)
* Program Assistant -- Iowa Environmental Mesonet