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Hello

First of all, sorry for my english because I'm french.

I would change color code in a "intensity chart". I still know I have to use a property node with color table but not how

Friends of labview, thanks very much

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Hello

  First of all, sorry for my english because I'm french.

I would change color code in a "intensity chart". I still know I have to use a property node with color table but not how

Friends of labview, thanks very much

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Hi BillyJo!

Which color would you like to change?

Do you mean the axis?

Try right click on the chart and in the properties the folder scale. There you can set some colors.

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There are colors in the ramp color I want to change and I believe the way is to create a property node in order to modify settings in intensity chart

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There are colors in the ramp color I want to change and I believe the way is to create a property node in order to modify settings in intensity chart

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Hmmm, I'm not sure... create a property node, right click-choose class-vi server-general-gobject-scale-colorscale-colorscale. (my lv version is German, I hope I have written the right headings ;) ) Parallel open the help (click on the yellow "?" in the right corner)

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To change the color ramp right click on a marker (the value, not the ramp itself) and select from the pull-down "Marker Color" (see attaced image).

On the pull-down you also see "Add Marker" if you want to define more colors and "Interpolate Color" if you want the colors changes smoothly or not.

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Didier

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In order to change color ramps of an intensity chart you have to wire color table in property node.

For color definition have a look at "RGB to Color.vi"

Greetings

Manfred

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Thanks Sarah and Didier.

Didier, I made what you said: it's ok. But I'm sure there is way to set the 256 colors of the ramp. A array must be created as input in a property node of intensity chart with the property "color table".

If you have an other idea...

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Thanks Sarah and Didier.

Didier, I made what you said: it's ok. But I'm sure there is way to set the 256 colors of the ramp. A array must be created as input in a property node of intensity chart with the property "color table".

If you have an other idea...

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I found it :D

There is an examlpe in the lv help!

Search for "create IntGraph Color Table.vi" :thumbup:

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I can't open these vi's with my version 6.0.

But if you have a sreen copy, it's better that nothing

thanks

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Update to 7.1 :D ... no.. OK.... one moment.... :clock:

Edit:

The "color table generator" is a sub.vi included in the .vi create intgraph color table (see symbol "CT gen".

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Thank you everybody

To sarah

I clicked on the link of your website and i saw a photo of you. You're pretty really

Have a good end of day

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Hi BillyJo,

I hope you will get on now :thumbup:

Thanks :wub::D

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