> > I am trying to build bundles using Display Templates to keep the color > > tables etc. that I like. > > > > Annoyingly, these Display Template displays often pop up in new view > > windows. > > Even when I have selected (Blue Box) the view window I want it in, > > the display will insist on appearing in another viewport. For example when > > I try to > > open this one on top of a blue marble, it always goes to a new window. > > > > Brian, > I see what is the problem here. The display template is actually a xidv > bundle with no data associated. In general, the display in the bundle is > linked to a view window. But, we may want to reconsider it in this situation. > > The temporary solution for you is to close all the none active window before > generate the display template. Or, you can edit the bundle in the .unidata > directory, remove the three line associated with the "defaultView" property > (I prefer this editing option). > I will check with Don next week for a better solution. > Brian, I fixed the problem of using the display template. But in your situation, the display setting is better. Also, the visible range is now added to the display setting property list. Let us know if you see anything wrong. Yuan > > Yuan > > > > In the workshop, we were able to drag a display from one View to another. > > That does not work for me (Mac vs. Linux?) > > > > > > Am I doomed to rebuild the same displays (colorbars, contours, legends etc) > > . > > again and again and again? At this point, that would have taken me less > > time than > > trying to use "labor saving" features like Display Templates. > > > > Any advice welcomed. > > > > Brian Mapes > > address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> or > > address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> > > > > > > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BUD-791809 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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