[GRASS-dev] new tests on wxgui

Michael Barton michael.barton at asu.edu
Tue May 15 10:57:46 EDT 2007

Interesting idea. Though this would only be helpful for cases where the
computational region is smaller than the display region.


On 5/15/07 5:07 AM, "Moritz Lennert" <mlennert at club.worldonline.be> wrote:

> On 15/05/07 13:30, Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann wrote:
>>>> The thing about you have to close the command window to refresh the
>>>> display goes for other commands, also. For instance, if I use
>>>> g.region, and change the region settings, I can't refresh the map
>>>> until I hit "Cancel" in g.region window. I should be able to change
>>>> the settings, refresh the display to see if that is what I want and
>>>> then hit "close" to close the window (instead of "cancel" which is
>>>> counter-intuitive). In this particular case (g.region) tha "Aplly" or
>>>> "Run" button is usefull, it would aplly the canges, we would see if
>>>> it's OK, and then the OK would close the window (and apply the changes
>>>> again, but it wouldn't make any harm).
>>> Remember, the computational region (set with g.region) will not affect
>>> the
>>> display region or vice versa, unless you explicitly tell GRASS to do so.
>> I know that, but I want to _see_ if my computational region is really
>> the size I want.
> How about a an option allowing you to display the computational region
> as a box in the map display (cf QGIS) ?
> Moritz

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