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[IDV #KVR-805748]: GINI 24 km Multi-Composite Satellite Imagery corrupted display (non-GOES) Satellites



Hi Evan-

> The IDV 2.7b2 is installed on both a Windows XP SP3 and 32bit CentOS.  Both 
> the Windows and CentOS versions created the same error trying to view 
> NHEM-MULTI Comp satellite images in a Lat/Lon projection.

If you want to reproject the data, then you'll have to turn off Use Fast 
Rendering for that particular
display (or globally).  For 2.7b2, we changed the default to use Fast Rendering 
which it wasn't
in 2.6u2.  You can go to the Edit->Properties menu of the image display and 
check off
Use Fast Rendering or set the global preference through the Edit->Preferences 
in the
main menu under the General tab.

I'll update the first item in the Known Problems page to be a little clearer 
about this issue
(it's supposed to explain what you are seeing).  Even without fast rendering, 
sometimes the
only solution is to use the native projection.

Don Murray
 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Unidata IDV Support" <address@hidden>
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> Sent: Thursday, June 11, 2009 9:53:55 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
> Subject: [IDV #KVR-805748]: GINI 24 km Multi-Composite Satellite Imagery 
> corrupted display (non-GOES) Satellites
> 
> 
> Evan Lowery,
> 
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> Ticket ID: KVR-805748
> Subject: GINI 24 km Multi-Composite Satellite Imagery corrupted display 
> (non-GOES) Satellites
> Department: Support IDV
> Priority: Normal
> Status: Open
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: KVR-805748
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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