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Re: idl 5.3, problem with plots and mapping environments
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> Ronn Kling <email@example.com> writes:
From: Ronn Kling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 22:05:21 GMT
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>I agree with David that this looks like a programming error. Now I am
>going to go and check my over the pole cases to see if I get a similiar
Didn't you try the example I posted?
>>But now I have to find a way to determine that a mapping environemt
>> is in place inside the plotter -- and a cursory, but fairly
>> thorough examination of the !map environment variable revealed no
>> obvious way to make this determination, or send in a keyword telling
>> the plotter that it's in a mapping environment and please check
>>for boundary cases like plotting over a pole. Which means I have to
>> chase through all my code changing the calls.
> You can check to see if the mapping environment is current with the
> !x.type variable. If !x.type = 3 then map_set has been called.
Thanks for this tip, I'll give it a try, but I still don't see why
I have to. If RSI can wrap longitudes, they can wrap latitudes as