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[McIDAS #HSN-440865]: Re: Question of how you displayed the legend bar on the GOESEFFECTIVE jpeg (Second attachment image)



Hi Rod,

re: routines needed to build and use Dan Lindsey's GRAYOVER McIDAS command

> He told me this:
> 
> Grab ftp://rammftp.cira.colostate.edu/Lindsey/plotlibx.for and
> ftp://rammftp.cira.colostate.edu/Lindsey/plotsub.for .  Put these in
> $HOME/mcidas/src/ then do
> 
> fx plotlibx li
> fx plotsub li
> fx grayover l
> 
> The first 2 compilation statements will put the 2 subroutines in the
> mcidas library, then you should be able to compile grayover.

I grabbed these two Fortran routines and used them to successfully
build GRAYOVER (grayover.k).  When I tried to run GRAYOVER, I get a
stream of the following errors:

GRAYOVER 1
GRAYOVER: /home/mcidas/workdata/lwfonts.bin                                     
           does not exist.

Evidently, GRAYOVER expects/needs to use information from a file named
'lwfonts.bin'.

Since 'lwfonts.bin' is not a standard McIDAS offering (in either the
Unidata or SSEC versions of McIDAS-X), you will need to contact Dan
Lindsey again and get him to make the file available on their FTP
site.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: HSN-440865
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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