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Here are three small images that show what is happening.
Hopefully, this will help my explanation.

Kind regards,

Stewart.


On 25 January 2017 at 16:01, Stewart Aitken <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am having difficulties with getting the grid lines and border to
> function as I would like.
>
>                 portrayal.setField(((SimEnviro) state).getAgentSpace());
>                 portrayal.setGridLines(false);
>                 portrayal.setBorder(true);
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>                 agentSpace = new ObjectGrid2D(14,10);
>
> I am using these settings on Windows 10 with MASON 19 with the updated
> setBorder gives the correct agent scale and a complete on all four sides
> red border.
> When I activate the setGridlines it only gives a single blue line about a
> quarter of the way from the right-hand side. The red border remains the
> same as above. Subsequently, changing agentspace to:
>
>                 agentSpace = new ObjectGrid2D(140,100);
>
> Gives the correct number of cells within the borders but the agents are
> substantially smaller than they are without the gridlines. In addition, the
> red border fails to show on the right-hand edge and the bottom edge.
> How can I arrange for the agents to have a single agent in each grid cell
> and ensure they fill the cell?
> Any help gratefully received.
> Stewart Aitken
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