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June 09, 2021 05:02PM
Hi-

Thanks for posting those.

Unfortunately, I am stumped. I have re-run the QC html generation and @SSwarper using the latest code on both my Linux (Ubuntu 20.04) and on my Mac (10.15). On Linux, I used both Python 3.7 and 3.8---everything worked fine in all cases. On Mac, I used Python 3.7 and 3.8 as well. I don't get those error messages.

Taking a step back: @chauffeur_afni is a script that takes command line options to build a command to the afni GUI to load up data and view it in a certain way (colorbar, location, montage, etc.) and then save an image or movie from it. I can see in the output text that there are some odd things happening in the driven 'afni' GUI command. The issue I have is that I don't see how the also displayed @chauffeur_afni command creates that badness---it looks fine, and when I run the sames types of commands on my systems, the command behaves as it should.

It looks like you only have 1 version of AFNI on your system, and your path looks pretty straightforward, so that should mean there shouldn't be any mixing of different AFNI versions happening. Also, it looks like most of the instances of this are actually working, it is just one or two that are failing. Ummmm, this is perplexing.

As another test, could you please run each of the following; and if you are using tcsh terminal shell, could you please add the funny looking "|& tee -a log_testingC.txt", but if you use a bash or zsh shell, could you please add the serious looking "2>&1 | tee -a log_testingB.txt":
@chauffeur_afni                                   \
    -ulay FT_anat+orig.HEAD                       \
    -olay FT_anat+orig.HEAD                       \
    -ulay_range_nz 0 1300                         \
    -func_range    1300                           \
    -box_focus_slices AMASK_FOCUS_ULAY            \
    -cbar gray_scale                              \
    -pbar_posonly                                 \
    -pbar_saveim TEST1.pbar.jpg                   \
    -pbar_comm_range "test1 text"                  \
    -pbar_for dset                                \
    -prefix      TEST1                            \
    -save_ftype JPEG                              \
    -blowup 4                                     \
    -opacity 9                                    \
    -montx 7 -monty 1                             \
    -montgap 1 -montcolor black                   \
    -set_xhairs OFF -label_mode 1 -label_size 3   \
    -do_clean

@chauffeur_afni                                   \
    -ulay FT_anat+orig.HEAD                       \
    -olay FT_anat+orig.HEAD                       \
    -ulay_range_nz 0 1300                         \
    -func_range    1300                           \
    -box_focus_slices AMASK_FOCUS_ULAY            \
    -cbar gray_scale                              \
    -pbar_posonly                                 \
    -pbar_comm_range "test2 text"                 \
    -pbar_for dset                                \
    -prefix      TEST2                            \
    -save_ftype JPEG                              \
    -blowup 4                                     \
    -opacity 9                                    \
    -montx 7 -monty 1                             \
    -montgap 1 -montcolor black                   \
    -set_xhairs OFF -label_mode 1 -label_size 3   \
    -do_clean
...

And could you please let me know 1) which files are output, and 2) what the log*txt file contains?

thanks,
pt
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mjss June 07, 2021 05:35PM

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