[GRASS-user] d.rast.edit issues

Adam Dershowitz adershowitz at exponent.com
Fri Aug 1 19:39:17 EDT 2008

On Aug 1, 2008, at 4:01 PM, Glynn Clements wrote:

> Adam Dershowitz wrote:
>> I am trying to use d.rast.edit and I can't get it to work properly.
>> If I open it, either from the menu, or from the command line, it  
>> seems
>> to open fine, but the size of my overview window is much larger then
>> the size of my screen, so I can't see much of the window.  If I  
>> resize
>> the window then I don't get any scroll bars, so that doesn't help.
> That's a bug in d.rast.edit. The overview window consists of three
> parts: the canvas (the portion containing the map), the vertical
> scrollbar and the horizontal scrollbar. The canvas is supposed to grow
> or shrink along with the top-level window, leaving the scrollbars with
> a fixed width (vertical) or height (horizontal). However, the weights
> were set on the wrong window, so everything tries to remain a fixed
> size.
> I have committed a fix in the current development version, but you can
> fix the problem locally by changing lines 157-158 of
> grass-6.3.0/etc/d.rast.edit.tcl from:
> 	grid rowconfigure    . 0 -weight 1
> 	grid columnconfigure . 0 -weight 1
> to:
> 	grid rowconfigure    .overview 0 -weight 1
> 	grid columnconfigure .overview 0 -weight 1
> With that change, the scrollbars should remain visible if the overview
> window is shrunk.
> -- 
> Glynn Clements <glynn at gclements.plus.com>

That did it!
Thank you.


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