Grabbing a GIF image from L-EDIT/UNIX
Run L-Edit as usual and setup the display you want (including cross-sections).
In an xterm window on your LOCAL machine, type
Move the resulting window so it is not entirely overlapping the L-Edit
window (drag with the right mouse button).
Bring your ledit window to the front (use the left mouse button in its
title bar), then move the cursor over part of the
xv window and type control-g (for "grab image").
Now move the cursor back to the ledit window
and press the center button (to capture the entire ledit window) or
press and drag the left button (to capture a portion of the ledit
window). A beep/double-beep indicates the capture.
Return the cursor to the xv window and type control-s (hold down the
control key and type s, for "save file").
A dialog box will come up. Make sure GIF and FUll Color are selected.
Type a file name for your stored image.
and return (or click OK).
You can use the center mouse button in the title bar of the xv window
to quit xv.
You can check your image at any time by typing
xv myfilename &
You can also crop the image or edit colors in xv by pressing the right mouse
button to bring up the xv controls dialog box.
You can zoom out by factors of two by holding down the control key while
pressing the left mouse; use right button to zoom out.