[GRASS-user] GUI equivalent of command

Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann carlos.grohmann at gmail.com
Wed May 28 13:02:35 EDT 2008

Can I ask _where_ in your screen is gGis-manager?

I taught a short course on GRASS a few months ago, and I noticed that
most students would let gism on the right side of the screen and the
display on the left (not sure why)

The thing is that all menus will open to the right, so the best
placement for gism is at the left of the screen, otherwise you may get
some behaviors like you are describing.



On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 1:51 PM, H. S. Rai <hardeep.rai at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Nikos Alexandris
> <nikos.alexandris at felis.uni-freiburg.de> wrote:
>> (I am writing as if I would try to explain to somebody who touches GRASS
>> for the first time - Excuse me for being rude ;-)
> Rude? Such rudeness is welcome, if it comes with such a nice answer and help ;-)
> <snip>
>> In the GIS-Manager: Raster > Reports and statistics > Sum area by map
>> and category
> Just see what happened with me (before posting of my original email),
> when I clicked  Raster > Reports and statistics, i got pop up window
> for r.univar, making me wonder and confused. Now I found that it
> depends on position of GS-Manager on screen and position of mouse on
> "Report and statistics". If I click near left edge of  "Report and
> statistics", then it works fine, otherwise it take click automatically
> on next window at the position of "Univariate statistics". It may be
> sensitivity of my mouse or just a bad day for me :-(
> Thanks for your detailed and much wanted help.
> --
> H.S.Rai
> _______________________________________________
> grass-user mailing list
> grass-user at lists.osgeo.org
> http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/grass-user

              Carlos Henrique Grohmann - Guano
  Geologist M.Sc  - Doctorate Student at IGc-USP - Brazil
Linux User #89721  - carlos dot grohmann at gmail dot com
"Good morning, doctors. I have taken the liberty of removing Windows
95 from my hard drive."
--The winning entry in a "What were HAL's first words" contest judged
by 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY creator Arthur C. Clarke

Can't stop the signal.

More information about the grass-user mailing list