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[IDV #ZAA-401195]: Color Table Editor



Greetings Matt,

The result of locking break point values to a specific color on the
scale would mean that a linear color scale would become non-linear.
We cannot currently do that with our colorscale design, but we've
talked about redoing it - see 

https://mcidasv.ssec.wisc.edu/issues/31

If you have the time, sign up for an account on the issue tracking
site and add the description of what you'd like to the issue ticket,
that way we won't lose track of it :-)

Glad to hear you like the ability to adjust the frequency of labels,
I'll pass along the kudos!

Cheers!

Sean

> Sean
> Â
> Yes that works. If I set the upper limit of the range to the original value 
> and then apply it to the data it puts the breakpoints in the right place.
> Â
> Can I make a feature request? That we can lock to breakpoints to particular 
> values that do not change as the range changes?
> Â
> Incidentally I like the new ability to adjust the frequency of label on 
> contours.
> Â
> Regards,
> Â
> Matt
> 
> 
> >________________________________
> > From: Unidata IDV Support <address@hidden>
> >To: address@hidden
> >Cc: address@hidden
> >Sent: Thursday, 29 November 2012 7:51 AM
> >Subject: [IDV #ZAA-401195]: Color Table Editor
> >
> >Greetings Matt!
> >
> >The values on the breakpoints are determined by the position of
> >the breakpoint along the legend, proportional to the min and max
> >of the Range. Changing the minimum and maximum of the Range changes
> >the break point values. I think the only way you can ensure the
> >break points are at a particular value is to make sure the range
> >on the colorbar with the new data is the same as the range you used
> >when you created the colorbar.
> >
> >Can you let me know if the colorbar works as you want if you set the
> >original range?
> >
> >Cheers!
> >
> >Sean
> >
> >> Hi
> >>
> >> I am using IDV 3.1 on a Windows XP PC. I have tried to use the color table 
> >> editor so that wave heights up to 1.2m are colored green, 1.2m to 2..4m 
> >> are yellow and all higher than 2.4m are red. So I made and saved a new 
> >> color table with breakpoints at 1.2 and 2.4. It seemed to work just fine 
> >> but then I discovered that on using it with a new set of data the 
> >> breakpoints, and thus the colors, were adjusted to fit the new data range 
> >> and were no longer set at 1.2 and 2.4. Locking the breakpoints makes no 
> >> difference.
> >>
> >> Is there something that I am not doing or have I discovered a bug?
> >>
> >> Thanks for your help,
> >>
> >> Matt Ruglys
> >>
> >
> >
> >Ticket Details
> >===================
> >Ticket ID: ZAA-401195
> >Department: Support IDV
> >Priority: Normal
> >Status: Open
> >
> >
> >
> >
> 


Ticket Details
===================
Ticket ID: ZAA-401195
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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