Re: Possibly obvious questions

Hi Chris,

> After scanning the documentation I could not find the answers to these
> questions:
> Is there a way when showing 2 axis to place one on the right hand side?

Axis scales are ordered away from the axis in the same order that
their ScalarMaps were passed to addMap() calls.

> Is there a way to have more numbers displayed on a scale rather than just
> the two that are shown by default?

Don Murray of Unidata is working on improved axis scales that
will support more than two labels.  He is quite busy so it is
hard to predict when those will be available.

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