I am not sure if anyone has tried to replicate this problem, but the
people over the gmt bug-tracking system, where I initially submitted
this problem, suggest that this could be a a problem during compiling.
They also say that they could try to look into this if the knew the
compiler settings so as to try to replicate the problem.
Please have look at http://gmtrac.soest.hawaii.edu/issues/366#change-1310
I hope this might be of some help.
On 09/16/2013 01:31 PM, Nikolaos Lampadariou wrote:
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Running a map with contour data produces an image with ugly and overlapping
The problem is described in more detail with example script and produced map
the gmt bug tracking system
I will be happy to provide those scripts here. Please advice on how.
* What exactly did you do (or not do) that was effective (or
I removed gmt and compiled it myself from source and the problem disappeared
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* What outcome did you expect instead?
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