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[IDV #XET-258946]: color bar and shading



> Full Name: John Manobianco
> Email Address: address@hidden
> Organization: Mano NanoTechnologies, Inc.
> Package Version: 5.2
> Operating System: CentOS 7 Linux
> Hardware: 12-core Intel Xeon X5650 x86_64
> Description of problem:
> 
> The attached isl file produces an image using an isosurface and overlay
> of text data but the color bar is missing. This isl file is called from
> a bash script to generate about 100 images each at a different time.
> 
> When offscreen=false, the color bar shows up. With offscreen=false,
> some of the images generated are different sizes hence I want
> offscreen=true. The netcdf file referenced in the xidv file was too
> large to include with the ticket but I can post it to an anonymous ftp
> site if necessary.
> 
> Is this a bug or is there another setting I can choose in IDV and/or
> the isl file to fix the issue?
> 
This is a bug related to the Java 3D. It should be better in the latest 
release. What I will suggest you 
is to try the latest version. If the problem not solved, we have a few options 
to 
discuss later. 

> In a related matter, when the same overlay is created with the text
> data using Point Cloud (Altitude) instead of Gridded Fields Point Data,
> the shading based on altitude for these observations transfers to the
> isosurface which I want referenced to a different color map. So far,
> I've been unable to find the appropriate settings to make that happen.
> 
> Is it possible or does a Point Cloud with shading override all other
> fields?

Not sure what you mean here with shading override all other fields. Can
you explain a little details?


Yuan
> 
> Thank you.
> 
> John Manobianco
> 
> 


Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: XET-258946
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open
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