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[IDV #GSH-910920]: Fwd: transfering a color table

Greetings Gilles!

There is a set of GEMPAK color tables available in the Color Tables ->
GEMPAK Color Tables plugin - I think this what you are talking about (or did
you create, through the IDV, a new color table?). To get the plugin installed,
go to an IDV window (Dashboard or Main View) and click Tools -> Plugin 
Manager, and under the Color Tables plugin list you'll see GEMPAK Color
Tables. Just click the + sign next to the plugin, restart the IDV, and you
should be good to go. There are also several other color tables available
through that plugin menu.



> Forwarding Gilles e-support.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject:      transfering a color table
> Date:         Wed, 29 Aug 2012 23:59:53 -0500 (CDT)
> From:         Gilles Arfeuille <address@hidden>
> To:   Julien Chastang <address@hidden>
> Bonjour Julien,
> Comme toujour je te salut bien depuis les tropiques et j'ai une petite 
> question pour toi:
> I just installed IDV on a new computer (last IDV version 3. something) and on 
> my former computer I had the 2.9u2 and I had a color table there called 
> Gempak that I find really useful.
> I can't remember if it was there by default or not, but I'd like to use the 
> same color table in the last IDV version on the new computer so:
> - Is there a way I can transfer that color table to the IDV directory on the 
> other computer?
> Merci beaucoup et à  bientÃÂt
> gilles
> ______________________
> Pr. Gilles Arfeuille
> Facultad de Ciencias
> Universidad de Colima
> Colima, MÃÂxico
> address@hidden
> ______________________
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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: GSH-910920
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open

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