>From: "Paul L. Sirvatka" <address@hidden> >Organization: College of DuPage >Keywords: 200109281354.f8SDsC118602 McIDAS-X 7.80 MAP SFCCON Paul, >Well...I have installed the update...now the sfccon commands do not work >unless one uses a PRO=CONF keyword in them. Do not work, or do not produce the plot you think was supposed to be produced? The default projection set in MAP.CORE is to do all maps in MERCator projection. At one point, I had changed the default to be CONFormal, but I changed it back in an addendum (several problems came up from having the projection default to CONF). The default projection specified in MAP.CORE will stay MERCator. If you were using the version of MAP.CORE that had my CONFormal default, you would now see the change you are referring to: having to specify the PRO=CONF keyword on your SFCCON commands. You can change this, however. Here's how: o if you don't already have one, create a file called MAP.USER in your McIDAS working directory (~/mcidas/data) o edit MAP.USER and add the defaults section from MAP.CORE to the top: <section from MAP.CORE> GLOBAL PROJECTION= MERC \ MCOLOR= 1\ WIDTH= X\ DOMAIN= NO <change to the following in MAP.USER> GLOBAL PROJECTION= CONF \ MCOLOR= 1\ WIDTH= X\ DOMAIN= NO Since you already have ~/mcidas/data/MAP.USER (in which you are defining the mnemonic SURFACEMAP) all you have to do is add the definitions section to the top of the file. After making the change, the default projection will be CONFormal. >I am thinking this i snot what is was supposed to be but maybe I just have >to change everything. Unless you know what is going on. >example: >SFCCON T USA LATEST >only works if is use >SFCCON T USA LATEST PRO=CONF After altering your MAP.USER file, the output from 'SFCCON T USA LATEST' will be identical to 'SFCCON T USA LATEST PRO=CONF' Tom
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