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Possible Bug in Combine RGB tool


(@drralfwagner)
Hydrogen Atom Customer
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 3
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Hello,

When choosing a formula, for example HOO2 or other formulas: After clicking on "new formula" the HSL sliders do not change but remain for all colors on zero position. Afterr clicking on "calculate" a black image is resulted. This occurs on version 1..082, 1.083 and 2.0 beta 6. I am running windows 10.

What might be wrong?

Ralf


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(@drralfwagner)
Hydrogen Atom Customer
Joined: 2 years ago
Posts: 3
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Hello,

meamwhile I tried the HOO2 formula on a Linux System (Ubuntu), too. Same problem:After clicking on "new formula" the HSL sliders do not change. Tried formula "default", this worked. Strange!

Ralf


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(@vincent-mod)
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Joined: 6 years ago
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Thanks for notifying us, we'll investigate! 🙂


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(@mabula-admin)
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Joined: 6 years ago
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Hi Ralf @drralfwagner,

I just tested it with 2.0.0-beta6 and all is working fine in the RGB Combine Tool. HSL sliders are not present in the RGB Combine Tool, so I am not sure why you mention these. Is your problem perhaps with the HSL Selective Color Tool which has HSL sliders?

RGB Combine Tool: if I load channels with H-alpha and O3 assigned, the HOO1 and HOO2 simply work on our systems:

HOO2:

HOO2 formula works

SHO4 and other formula also work fine:

SHO4 formula works

Might be the reason that the sliders stay at zero (thus a black composite) that you have not assigned a channel to either H-alpha nor Oxygen-3?

 


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(@drralfwagner)
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Joined: 2 years ago
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Hi Mabula,

thank you very much for help. My problem was indeed that I have not assigned the channels to either H-alpha nor Oxygen-3, but to R,G and B. When assigning the channels to either H-alpha or Oxygen-3 the HOO2, HOO1 and the SHO formulas are working well after clicking on new formula.

Thanks again for your help. Now I am happy again with APP.

Ralf


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