>From: Jason Allard <address@hidden> re: unit positional parameter on IMGPROBE > >That is exactly what I wanted thanks. > >There is another question I have... when I'm using IMGDISP, I want a specific >lat/long to be in the center of the frame... so I use: > >IMGDISP WFSUB/051091VIS.6 LAT=40 90 PLA=CENTER > >This puts 40N/90W in the center of the frame and draws the rest of the image >from there... this is what I wanted... but as soon as I try to change the >size of the image, it moves the image to the upper left part of the frame. >The command I used was: > >IMGDISP WFSUB/051091VIS.6 LAT=40 90 PLA=CENTER SIZ=50 50 > >The lat/long of 40/90 is still in the center of the 'image', but the image >is now in the upper left part of the frame... I'd like it to be in the center >of the frame. Looking over the help, I don't see why adding the SIZ created >a conflict that moved the image to the upper left. Is this just what happens, >or is there a way around it. I just verified this, and it looks like a bug to me! I will have to dive into this further to see if it really is a bug, or if I don't understand correctly what is supposed to happen. >Thanks, >Jason Tom
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