This seems to be related to the /VLIM qualifier that you have
used, in combination with /TRANSPOSE. In the -gif mode, when
doing a SHADE plot of a regular grids, the graphics makes a call
to draw the whole image at once as a single array, instead of
filling individual areas with color, as is done in other modes.
There must be a bug in that, when using a /VLIM to invert the
We'll look into this, and I do have a couple of possible
workarounds. Maybe we can talk off-line and get back to the list
with something that works.
On 7/15/2016 5:56 AM, Osinski, Robert
FORNATL, PL wrote:
I have a script creating gif image like this:
set dat "/p/cwfs/osinski/pop_h/pop9km.nc"
label/user 290,915,0,0,0.15 "Model Bathymetry (m)"
running it with
ferret -script rot_Baffin_temp_9km.jnl
creates temperature_1.gif (attached) which is correct result.
Unfortunately if I run the script without xwindow like this:
ferret -gif -script rot_Baffin_temp_9km.jnl
creates temperature_2.gif (attached) which is missing color
shading. If I don't use transponse options pictures are correct
with -gif -script settings.
I appreciate and advice,
Dr. Robert Osinski