[GRASS-user] Problems while running d.out.file
antonio.rocha at deimos.com.pt
Fri Nov 18 04:22:41 EST 2011
THe problem is with the "shrink". You are right it's tiny but in the
case of the scale bar it is not shrinked. I mean it keeps the original size.
Example: This is the original
This is half of the size
In this is case it does not disappear it's just cut.
I would report this as bug. Or not really?
> Moritz wrote:
>> I can confirm the issue (António, have you posted
>> a bug report ?). The problem is not that the
>> scalebar "disappears", but that its location is not
>> adapted to the changed resolution: see the
>> http://geog-pc40.ulb.ac.be/grass/export_png/ for a
>> series of examples.
> I'm not sure I fully understand the problem, but
> d.out.file has always worked well for me.
> the effect of making the width and height of the
> image is the same as dragging the xmonitor window
> bigger- the barscale and text is still the same size
> when viewed at 100% scale. when shrunk to fit on
> the screen in an image viewer it becomes tiny.
> You can make text and line widths bigger to
> compensate but really if you want things to scale
> well e.g. for a hi-res poster image, you should
> probably be using ps.map, not screen dumps of the
> Xmonitors, as the d.* modules were designed for.
> barscale and legend are placed as a percentage of
> the display frame, so at least their relative
> position should stay intact even if the frame gets
> if y'all think there's a bug please file a detailed
> ticket with the steps to reproduce using one of
> the standard datasets, and I'll look into it.
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