Alright, I'm trying to set up a "draft" version. My only problem is that by
default I lose axes unit consistency. I mean that (for example in 2d)
if the X axis is 10 long, than the same screen length is 20 on the Y
Is there an easy way to fix the ranges automagically in order to have
> You could probably do something like that. Sounds like
> a lot of work to a retired guy ;)
> On Tue, 14 Nov 2006, Andrea Antonello wrote:
> > Alright but there could be a workaround, I guess. An idea could be to
> > create a
> > method that divides (virtually) the visible part into smaller pieces, zooms
> > into
> > them and creates tiles of what is visible. At the end everything is
> > merged to a bigger image. Probably that should be possible to do
> > offscreen with a display that is not visible.
> > Right?
> > Andrea
> > * [A.D. 14/11/06 12:55], Bill Hibbard <billh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> probably wrote:
> > > > I see in the mailinglist archives that it is only possible to create a
> > > > buffered image of the size of the screen throught the getImage method.
> > > > Is that true? No way to create custom ones that take into consideration
> > > > the current resolution of the visualized data?
> > >
> > > That's right.
> > >
> > > Good luck,
> > > Bill
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