[GRASS-dev] new tests on wxgui
michael.barton at asu.edu
Tue May 15 20:40:01 CEST 2007
OK. I think I understand you.
It seems to me that if the dialogs were made non-modal again, that you
should be able to do this. That is, you wouldn't have to close the g.region
dialog to do anything else (like redraw the map to match the region
extents). You could keep changing the values in the extents until you got
something you wanted.
Does that sound correct?
On 5/15/07 11:35 AM, "Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann" <carlos.grohmann at gmail.com>
>> I don't quite understand you. What is the g.region window? There isn't one
>> in the GUI. But you *can* set the region in g.region and then have the
>> display match the g.region extents.
> When I said "g.region window" I was saying "g.region dialog window",
> the one you got when you click on Config->region->change region
>> I'm not quite sure what you are referring to. Are you talking about the xmon
>> display and d.zoom?
> I am talking about adjusting the region settings in a more interactive
> way. If I set the region from the extents of the display, usually I
> get non-round values for limits and resolution (like n=7346298,3217
> instead of n=7346298). So I want to adjust these values. What I said
> is that _ I _ usually do that in command line, but thinking about
> users coming from other softwares, that may be a little "scared" of
> the terminal window, these guys may prefer to use the GUI to do that.
> So let's imagine something likethis, working only with the GUI: I am
> working, and set region according to the display, but the values are
> not round so I want to adjust them. I open the dialog of g.region,
> write the limits I want, hit OK/Apply, close the window, and redraw
> the map with the zoom according to the region I just set up. Oh! Damm!
> I made a mistake, the north boundary should be a little bit north..
> Let's go agian, open the dialog etc etc..
> So what I said was that if I didn't have to close the g.region dialog
> to redraw the map, it would save some time if I had to change
> anything, as I often do.
Michael Barton, Professor of Anthropology
School of Human Evolution & Social Change
Center for Social Dynamics & Complexity
Arizona State University
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