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You have done right way because you got this message. mapserv(): Web application error. Traditional BROWSE mode requires a TEMPLATE in the WEB section, but none was provided. You just need to add some GET parameter in url... like this (depend on your mapfile content): ...


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I got it working. Seems I had to assign my dockwindow to Nothing before I use the getDockableWindow() method. Also had to change show() method. Protected Overrides Sub OnClick() Try ' Only get/create the dockable window if it's not there Dim dockWindow As ESRI.ArcGIS.Framework.IDockableWindow dockWindow = Nothing If ...


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The reason for this mosaiked appearance is that each single image is drawn with gray scale stretched from image min to image max, and NOT across the global min/max. When you merge all images into one, well, there is only one min/max. Same is true for VRT, since VRT treats all images as one (when you have a look into the VRT file you will see the common ...


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Here's a complete sample that shows how to use the DockableWindowManager (C#, sorry): var w = ArcMap.DockableWindowManager.GetDockableWindow(new UIDClass { Value = ThisAddIn.IDs.DockableWindow1 }); if (w != null) { w.Show(true); } In VB.Net, the ID's are in My.ThisAddIn.IDs.


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You could try merging the rasters into one: From the toolbar: Raster > Miscellaneous> Merge From the Processing Toolbox: GDAL/OGR > Miscellaneous > Merge From the GDAL console: gdal_merge.py -o merged.tif input1.tif input2.tif Or build a virtual raster: Raster > Miscellaneous> Build Virtual Raster


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Oh well, answering my own question again; hoping someone else finds it useful! Using Windows Powershell, the below. Place the source images (jpeg image files in my example) in directory foo, the create the outputdir directory. Then execute this command: dir -recurse -include *.jpeg | %{convert $._FullName -crop 50x50@ +repage +adjoin ...


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The simple answer is: No. Not currently. The browser model doesn't use the QDir.Hidden flags to show hidden files. Can it be added to show them? Yep. Open a ticket on hub.qgis.org, assign it to me, and we can go from there.



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