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Philippe,

Thank you.

I'm making now my 2017 qT "wish list" and after I'll bring it here.

Every year is getting shorter... but still some things to improve it, me thinks.

Big Hug.
João/psail
Sail Fair.
5.7.0 available
Please tell me if it fixes your menu problem
Cheers
Philippe

--- Dernière modification par maitai le 2017-10-19 17:52:31 ---
If I load these two grib files into a slot individually, they render fine. When I load one into slot 1 and the second into slot 2, all the wind speed annotations disappear. Note that the grib start times are different for each file, and they are different versions (grib 1 and grib 2). I've attached snapshots with one and both gribs loaded.

Cheers
Viva Andrew and all.

Good morning.

I have a similar problema.
If I load the three GRIB slots with WRF GRIB files, immediately after loading Slot #3, I lose partially the TWS info.

A Big Hug.
Sail Fair.
I think this is not a bug, but a feature ;)

If you choose to display wind tws labels (why you choose to display BOTH wind arrows barbules AND wind color AND wind labels is up to you), then qtVlm displays only wind TWS labels for the grib with the highest resolution. Otherwise it would be a complete mess.
Viva Philippe and all,

Good afternoon.

Well, the option for choosing “gradient colors” and “TWS” values is more or less obvious.
With the colors you get an overall quick picture while with the “TWS” values you have more precise data in particular zones, if you need.
Also, sum up the fact that qT doesn't have a "TWS" graphic label with colours vs. "TWS" values.

No issues here when I use the GRIB file with less resolution (first picture, Spain 12km WRF WAM 171019-06.grb) with only one with higher resolution (Baleares 4km WRF WAM 171020-00.grb). With two Wind Slots loaded no problems for reading the “TWS” values (pls, see second picture).

But, when I add a third high resolution GRIB (Almeria 4km WRF WAM 171019-06.grb) in the third Slot, I’ve problems (third picture).

That seems incompatible with your explanation, Philippe, otherwise the “TWS” values for the Almeria GRIB file (higher resolution) were showed.

Probably the explanation is other. What do you think?

João/psail
Sail Fair.
qtVlm does not appear to be accessible on Source Forge? Where can one download from please
Thank you Bimmer!
Well, now updated,thanks to Bimmer, & am very happy to see we can set "best angles"! fantastic stuff
Kudos to maitai!!
regards
Ray/Sebensa

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