>From: "Fingerhut, William A" <address@hidden> >Organization: Lyndon State >Keywords: 200210291605.g9TG5tX06392 McIDAS Fkey Bill, >Okay -- last fkey menu problem. OK. >When displaying radar data: >from the main menu: F2, F1, >user defined load: SF10, F1 brings up the NIDS Image Loads >gui. When LILI was approaching New Orleans, I selected >ID LCH; set the Load center to 32 90; and LIN blowup to 2. >Click on load and the data is displayed fine. The error is >that the Load center changes from what I had entered. This >is pretty minor, but not right. I can't quite remember why this was added, but you are definitely correct: the resetting of the load denter action is wrong. >If I wanted to try various >blowups to find the best display, I would have to notice and >change the load center back each time. I understand. This is exactly how the MCGUI load works. >I wasn't going to bother you with this one until the other >menu problems arose. Then, I thought we might take care of >the whole thing. Done. A newly modified version of imagloop.gui can be found in the pub/mcidas/src directory of anonymous FTP on our FTP server, ftp.unidata.ucar.edu. >Today was Stevens last day, so next week could be more fun >than this week. I'll try to ftp those files in a few days. Now, you have three to grab: bkgmap.gui, xsection.gui, and imagloop.gui. Tom
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