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[McIDAS #VSG-323612]: Navigation error when plotting image beyond a certain dimension



Hi Kwan,

re:
> How have you been doing?

OK, how about you?

re:
> I would like to contact you for a problem that I
> have already noticed a while ago.  It appears that if I attempt to load an
> image beyond a certain dimension (something bigger than 4500x4500 pixel),
> the navigation would become confused (check the attachments).

This was a known limitation of McIDAS-X, but I was under the impression that
it had been "fixed" (or the maximum size had been extended) in more recent
distributions.

re:
> I used the
> script below to make those images.  As you can see, everything was plotted
> fine on the smaller image (2400x3200) but the navigation was messed up on
> the large image (4800x6400).  I know it is a very large image but I find it
> necessary to make it large before breaking it into tiles.

Can you make one of the large images available so that I can test it in
the current and as yet unreleased versions of Unidata McIDAS-X?

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VSG-323612
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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