Re: [nv-l] Seed editor (gui)
Well, frankly, no it doesn't.
The seed file editor is java, not an
X process, so as far as I know there are no config files for it, other
than /usr/OV/conf/seededitor-log4j.properties, but I don't know of any
way to modify that to alter the size. And as a java process, the
editor tends therefore, to be slower on UNIX than an X process. I
don't think there is anything you can do to speed it up. If you
start it, and let it alone for a couple of minutes, does it fix itself?
Do you have a /usr/OV/log/seededitor.log file? Anything unusual
You do have UNIX, right? What
platform are you using? What level of NetView?
Exactly where do you launch it from?
You could launch from the map gui (owv), from the serversetup
gui (another java), or even from the command line with launch_seededit
(starts /usr/OV/bin/launch_seededit). What's your exact procedure
and have you ever tried any of the others?
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|[nv-l] Seed editor (gui)|
What would cause for the seed editor to come up with
only the add
option. I have to crank it up a few times before I'm able to get
remove and edit options as well (highlighted).
Also, when I crank up the seed editor, it comes up in a real small box
and I have to resize it every time. When I click on the add, the
to add a new node can't be seen, I also to resize it as well. How
make it come up with bigger every time instead of having it to resize it
every time I crank it up?
Did I make any sense?