> I am at Mesa lab, and leaving tomorrow for Fort Collins. > Could chat now, phone x1379. > > I will use some other case for the demo, it's OK. > But I still love the idea of a nice Colorado monsoon bundle using HRRR, and > wish I could see a way to do it. > > Brian Brian, I tried your bundle in my machine (Mac), and not seeing any problem when zoom in and out. I will find a window system and test it tomorrow. Yuan > > > > > On Aug 4, 2014, at 1:49 PM, Unidata IDV Support wrote: > > Full Name: brian mapes > Email Address: address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> > Organization: University of Miami > Package Version: 5.0u1 build date:2014-07-21 07:05 UTC > Operating System: Windows 7 > Hardware: Java: home: C:\Program Files\IDV_5.0u1\jre version: 1.7.0_51 > j3d:1.6.0-pre9-daily-experimental daily > Description of problem: Here's a bundle showing the 750mb humidity and flow > around Colorado mountains. > Seen from a side view, the topography protrudes above 750mb properly. > But seen from the top, the topography doesn't reliably protrude above the > specific humidity graphical layer. > Zooming in and out, or rocking the viewpoint off of vertical, yield > unpredictable graphical effects. > > I wanted to use this bundle in a mini IDV training on Weds, but it is > unsuitable, an embarrassment not ready to share with others. > > Are you still in town, maybe we can sit down and discuss the issue? > > Yuan > > (green is cumulative rainfall) > > > > > Ticket Details > =================== > Ticket ID: KYG-466458 > Department: Support IDV > Priority: Normal > Status: Open > > > Brian Mapes > address@hidden<mailto:address@hidden> > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KYG-466458 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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