Re: [guide-user] Odd color in isophotes and stars

Joaquin Tapioles Oct 22 8:45 AM

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Hello;
You leave the isofota with bluish tone that will have chosen the sky background with a dark blue color.
To review the isophotes with gray just put the black sky background color.
Cheers;
 
 
J.Tapioles
 
Hola;
Te sale la isofota con tono azulado por que tendras el fondo de cielo elegido con un color azulado oscuro.
Para volver a ver las isofotas con color gris solo hay que poner el fondo del cielo de color negro.

Saludos;
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: jarisu2@... [guide-user]
To: guide-user@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2015 8:31 AM
Subject: [guide-user] Odd color in isophotes and stars

 

Hi,

I'm getting the Milkyway and nebula isophotes in an odd flat color (light blue) instead of the normal shades of gray. Also the star are outlined (via Settings/Star display/Blurring) with the same color. Any ideas how to revert back to gray?

Jari




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