> On Mon, Apr 14, 2003 at 08:44:50AM -0600, Mary Haley wrote:
> >If you want to keep the two font heights separate, I would
> >suggest *not* using gsn*String to label the top of the plot,
> >but rather use the gsn_text_ndc procedure. This way, you can
> >control the font heights of your titles separate from
> >your lat/lon labels.
> I think that's probably *too* much control since I have up
> to 15 plots per page and would have to calculate the NDC
> coords for each individual title (right?). Given the lack
> of data on where the subpanels are located on the page at
> the time I need to be adding the title, I can't see anything
> but a laborious trial & error session trying to get the titles
> located properly. I'd much rather wait for the new feature :)
> (and would be happy to beta test it on OS X...)
I will try to add a mechanism soon for controlling the font heights of
the gsn*String resources, and I'll give you a new "gsn_csm.ncl" script
file to try.
> I suppose I could add with gsn*String, query coords, delete
> the string, and then add with gsn_text_ndc but...that sure
> sounds awkward (not to mention is it even possible...).
You're right, it is awkward. I wasn't sure if you were titling every
plot, or just the top one, so that's why I suggested gsn_text_ndc.
> Here's hoping there's an easier way.
I'll see what I can do. :-)
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