Re: [GRASS-dev] Weekly reports #1 wxNviz
KratochAnna at seznam.cz
Sat Jun 4 08:11:27 EDT 2011
I realized this problem when I wanted to use wxnviz in another map display window and I got a warning concerning lights. There is a static variable which counts lights and new light couldn't be created because of a limit. I suppose, there would be more such problems but I haven't tried to find them out. I must say I'm not an expert on ogsf library (and its connection with GUI) at all. I just found this problem and because I'm not able to solve it, I just fixed the GUI to prevent users from opening wxNviz in new window which sometimes led to GUI crash.
If you or anybody else would know more about this problem and the solution, I'll be happy if you tell me.
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> Od: Maris Nartiss <maris.gis at gmail.com>
> Předmět: Re: [GRASS-dev] Weekly reports #1 wxNviz
> Datum: 04.6.2011 11:49:26
> can You, please, explain a bit more about "3D mode can be used only in
> one map display window"? You are not planning to rewrite OGSF, still
> somebody else might do that someday and it would save time to know
> some limitations.
> 2011/6/3, Anna Kratochvílová <KratochAnna at seznam.cz>:
> > Hi,
> > 1) What do I have completed this week?
> > Fixed bugs in lighting, preferences, drawing vectors on surfaces and others.
> > I realized that 3D mode can be used only in one map display window due to
> > ogsf library,
> > so I make some changes to prevent user from using more windows in 3D mode
> > (I'm not going to rewrite ogsf).
> > I added more possibilities in wxNviz preferences, changed layout of certain
> > GUI parts.
> > New functionality: constant surfaces, look here feature.
> > 2) What am I going to achieve for next week?
> > I'm going to work on cutting planes.
> > 3) Is there any blocking issue?
> > No
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