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Color fitting

A user may fit a color palette of objects in the screen (3D-figure, contour or topo map) in accordance with his own taste. The changes, made by the user, are retained to be valid for the PostScript image too.

There are 9 colors : BROWN, RED, MAGENTA, CYAN, BLUE, AQUAMARINE, GREEN, ORANGE, YELLOW used for painting the 3D-figure. Some of them (or all) may be replaced by the source palette colors. The Topo-map is painted by 42 colors. Some of them (or all) may be also replaced by the source palette colors.

For color fitting a user has to click the Palette button. A new image will appear in the frame. (fig.6.1).

Figure 6.1 Panel color fitting

This image is divided by the three zones. The central zone of the frame is occupied by the source palette with 98 (matrix 7*14) little rectangular patterns of colors. The left zone of the frame is occupied by the color scale of 3D-figures while the right zone is occupied by the color scale of the Topo-images.

In order to change the palette a user has to make the following operations:

  • click the target rectangle on the 3D-figure or on the Topo palette. 
  • choose an appropriate color from the source palette (center). 
  • repeat operation as many times as needed to create your own palette.
  • click the 3D (Contour or Topo) - button to proceed the plotting (fig. 6.2).

Figure 6.2 Image before and after color fitting

 
 
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