I have had similar experience when having only one fix. One way to get
around it is to create another sample right next to it. From my
understanding, VisAD treats these things like function, so it needs a
range. By specifying only 1 point, the range becomes infinity.
- RMIT -
School of Computer Science & Information Technology &
Department of Telecommunication Engineering
On Wed, 14 May 2003, Luke Matthews wrote:
> Hi list,
> Just a quick question / problem with animation.
> If you have two fields on a display and one of the fields has only one
> sample, that single sample is visible over all iterations of the animation,
> whereas, as soon as you have more than one sample in the field it works fine.
> Is this desired behaviour or have I found a bug?
> You can test this by changing line 73 of Test03.java from
> int ntimes1 = 4; to
> int ntimes1 = 1;
> Cheers in advance,
> | Luke Matthews
> | Email: L.Matthews@xxxxxxxxxx
> | Bureau of Meteorology
> | Melbourne, Australia.