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|Single message by Martin Wynne Topic: maps - feedback wanted|
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Rob Manchester wrote:
But then again nobody else has my eyes or my muddled brainNor mine.
I think I have given up on finding a single setting which gives the best results in all circumstances, there is too much variation in the original map sheets.
So I have created a full dialog, with defaults which should work reasonably well in most cases, but maybe not always:
The 2-toning can be set to any desired colours, not only greys, or can be set to match the trackpad colours for the different colour schemes. There is a slider to set the threshold level.
Now to finish writing the code, especially the idiot-proofing for when I click the wrong thing.
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