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colouringelevations [2019/05/04 21:10]
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 <​code>​ <​code>​
 lookup map:​elevation270 -title "​Colour key" lookup map:​elevation270 -title "​Colour key"
- foreplane3ME270@mysurvey [100 40 40] "​Front"​ +  ​foreplane3ME270@mysurvey [100 40 40] "​Front"​ 
- foreplane2ME270@mysurvey [100 70 0] " " +  foreplane2ME270@mysurvey [100 70 0] " " 
- foreplane1ME270@mysurvey [100 100 0] " " +  foreplane1ME270@mysurvey [100 100 0] " " 
- mainplaneME270@mysurvey [60 90 60] " " +  mainplaneME270@mysurvey [60 90 60] " " 
- backplane1ME270@mysurvey [0 100 100] " " +  backplane1ME270@mysurvey [0 100 100] " " 
- backplane2ME270@mysurvey [40 40 100] " " +  backplane2ME270@mysurvey [40 40 100] " " 
- backplane3ME270@mysurvey [70 0 100] "​Back"​+  backplane3ME270@mysurvey [70 0 100] "​Back"​
 endlookup endlookup
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
 By selecting the maps that are within the top-most survey, all scraps within them will get their selected colours, resulting in a rainbow colouring of the planes for the entire survey. Having all of the colours controlled by a single file like this makes it much easier to make adjustments later if needed. By selecting the maps that are within the top-most survey, all scraps within them will get their selected colours, resulting in a rainbow colouring of the planes for the entire survey. Having all of the colours controlled by a single file like this makes it much easier to make adjustments later if needed.
  • colouringelevations.txt
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