Good thing no one replied to my query.
It was indeed a dingbat question and I'd hate to think someone spent any time
I was fooled yet again by NSHARP's Load menu item 'Archive Files'. I was using
it to navigate and open an old upperair.gem file. Chiz told me long ago that
'Archive' doesn't really mean one of my gempak formated upperair files I may
have saved for later access.
Instead, for gempak decoded upperair files that I've got socked away somewhere
on my disk, I need to use the Load menu item 'Observed Soundings', which will
provide a 'File' menu with 'BROWSE' included for perusing local .gem files.
Thanks again, Chiz. You continue to whisper to me from the depths of time and
the cobwebs of my mind.
Neil Smith neils@xxxxxxxx 979.845.6272
Comp. Sys. Mngr., Atmospheric Sciences, TAMU
On Mar 22, 2012, at 1:26 PM, Neil Smith wrote:
> I just noticed NSHARP in Gempak 6.2 can't open an old archived upperair .gem
> file from May 1999.
> I haven't been paying attention ...
> - is this a known behavior?
> - is there a work-around to make this data usable?
> Neil Smith neils@xxxxxxxx 979.845.6272
> Comp. Sys. Mngr., Atmospheric Sciences, TAMU
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