vertical lines through maps , Re: ncl-talk posting

From: Micah Sklut <micahs2005_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:16:58 -0500

 Hi Mary, (original email - not sent to ncl-talk below)

The transparent vertical lines are appearing on my original postscript

After recieving the previous email from Dennis, I thought this issue might
be due to how I'm defining my coordinates, but no luck so far...

Here's the data file if you would like to run the script:



Original email:

> Hi,
> I am getting thin transparent vertical lines through my maps.
> Is anyone aware of why this is and if it is avoidable?
> Here is an example:
> In this image there is one vertical line that goes through the ocean
> along the prime
> meridian, and several vertical lines along the continents to the west.
> code:
> Thanks.
> Micah

On 12/10/05, Mary Haley <> wrote:
> Micah,
> This is just to let you know that you posted this question from your
> email address, but you are subscribed under a
> different address on ncl-talk, so the posting didn't go through. I
> went ahead and added this email address as a valid one to post from.
> Meanwhile, with regard to your question, are these vertical lines
> appearing in your original PostScript file? If not, then it's possible
> that the tool you are using to convert from PS to GIF is introducing
> the lines.
> Can you send us the original PS file so we can look into this?
> Thanks,
> --Mary

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