Re: shade color problem

In the "color-filled contour plan view" the colors between the
isolines should be solid with no
"shading" or changing of intensity.  This is illustrated in this image:

<http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/~tomw/temp/cont2.jpg>

where I have also overlaid the isolines.  If you use the "color shaded
plan view" you
would get this:

<http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/~tomw/temp/cont3.jpg>

which does contain a change of "intensity" as you transition between
to isolines.

In addition, of course, you can create your own color table and apply
that to the analysis.

I hope this helps.

On 6/3/07, Vaclav Hornik <vhornik@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a problem displaying colors from my color table. When I choose
the "shade colors" option for color-shaded plan view in order to see
interpolated colors all colors get darker (white becomes grey etc..)
The same happens on color filled countour plan view.
Is it possible to avoid this grey effect when using interpolated views? I
would like to have interpolation but still use my original colors from my
color table.
Thanks for any help!

Vaclav Hornik





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