[GRASS-dev] gis.m - resolution change not adapted in map display
otto.dassau at gmx.de
Mon Nov 27 11:17:33 EST 2006
Hi Michael and Moritz,
On Mon, 27 Nov 2006 08:40:47 -0700
Michael Barton <michael.barton at asu.edu> wrote:
> This is exactly how it is supposed to work. Changing the display region does
> not automatically change the computational region, and changing the
> computational region (via g.region) does not automatically change the
> display. These are independent. Also, each display has its own independent
> display region.
> If you want the display to match a new computational region, select the
> option from the zoom pulldown on the display you want to match (set display
> to match current region). If you want the computational region to match any
> open display, select the option from the zoom pulldown (set region to match
> Hope this helps explain.
Ahh, I was just a little confused because it is diffrent from using
the command line:
g.region res=200 and redraw with d.erase ; d.rast geology ...
but of course it works as you described with "zoom to the current region".
thanks a lot
> > From: Otto Dassau <otto.dassau at gmx.de>
> > Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2006 10:18:49 +0100
> > To: <grass-dev at grass.itc.it>
> > Subject: [GRASS-dev] gis.m - resolution change not adapted in map display
> > Hi,
> > in my grass 6.2 version changing resolution of a map with the gis.m is
> > not adapted to the map display. The region is changed (written in the output
> > of
> > gis.m) but in the map display old values remain.
> > do others have the same problem?
> > example:
> > start working in gis.m:
> > - display a map (e.g: geology,spearfish)
> > - change region to res=200
> > - click on redraw in the mao display
> > kind regards,
> > Otto
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