Re: [thredds] WMS off scale color

Hi Jay,

On 13/05/11 17:48, Jay Alder wrote:
> Hello, I was wondering if there was a way to customize the color used in
> a WMS image when the data is outside COLORSCALERANGE? It seems the
> default is black. This does not seem to be the same as the background
> color, which is transparent (using transparent=true). In the end I
> get transparent where there is no data and black when the data is off
> the scale. Is there a way to make them both transparent?

There was a short discussion on this in the ncwms list (which provides
the WMS core of THREDDS).  I think the short version is you need to hack it.

This might be a link to the thread:
http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=4DBAB7F5.1080603%40tu-dresden.de&forum_name=ncwms-users

(otherwise it's called "Colour palette: Need different treatment for
values beyond min/max" on 28 April)

Cheers,

Mike.

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