[GRASSLIST:8135] Re: d.rgb in display manager

Ian MacMillan ian_macmillan at umail.ucsb.edu
Tue Aug 30 13:37:51 EDT 2005

I think a key to this is that it would also have to be zoomable.  As it 
is, you can't zoom with just a d.rgb image on the monitor.  Perhaps 
d.zoom in d.m would be modified to zoom in on one of the greyscale maps 
of the rgb image, and then the d.rgb would be displayed?  Does this 
make sense?


On Aug 30, 2005, at 10:11 AM, Carlos Guâno Grohmann wrote:

> This is the way I imagine it on d.m (image attached)
> Carlos
> On 8/30/05, Dylan Beaudette <dylan at iici.no-ip.org> wrote:
>> On Monday 29 August 2005 10:48 pm, Maciek Sieczka wrote:
>>> From: "Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann" <carlos.grohmann at gmail.com>
>>>> d.rgb in display manager
>>> I've been missing this functionality too. I wish I could display rgb
>>> composites like regular rasters and vectors via the d.m.
>>> Maciek
>>> BTW, it would be great if NVIZ supported rgb composites too - to 
>>> avoid
>>> producing huge layers only for visualization by r.composite.
>> you can add this functionality (i think) by using the "add command" 
>> button in
>> the display manager. In the command enter the d.rgb parameters for 
>> your data.
>> I have used this technique for the d.his command.
>> --
>> Dylan Beaudette
>> Soils and Biogeochemistry Graduate Group
>> University of California at Davis
>> 530.754.7341
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> <rgb.jpg>
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