Reported by Riccardo Scandroglio, May 18, 2017
When I open a SMET file that has been produced with Snowpack, Snopviz reads the visualization settings (axes' limits, units, colors, ...) from the SMET file. Anyway, in my Snopviz, under Datei/Einstellungen, I already have my personal settings and I would like Snopwiz to use those settings and not the ones in the SMET file. Right now every time I have to open the SMET file and delete the "plot" lines of the HEADING, to be able to use my favourite view. Expected result: Snopviz should use my settings (the ones that are normally in Snopviz) and not the ones from the SMET-file. Suggestions: - you could add the possibility to choose which setting to use in the menu Datei. - would be more practical to be able to change the axes' limimts directly from the interface (maybe also synchronized).
Comment 1 by Charles Fierz, May 26, 2017
Comment 2 by Michael Reisecker, Apr 10, 2019
Hi, a little late, but FYI: You don't need to delete those lines manually, you can set SMET_PLOT_HEADERS = FALSE in [OUTPUT] of MeteoIO/SNOWPACK; niViz will handle that anyway. (I still agree though that the user settings should be respected, especially since it's the same thing for plot limits which are sometimes wrong and then there's no way to view all data.) Regards