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RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2016-10-15

How about LDView and DatHeader/LDFind/LDStructure?
I can't make them show that yellow colour.

Preview icons in Windows are still created grey by LDView.

Or do I still have issues from having software in the wrong folder?
I have a copy of ldconfig.ldr in the VirtualStore-folder downloaded by DatHeader


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Philippe Hurbain - 2016-10-15

Quote:How about LDView and DatHeader/LDFind/LDStructure?
I can't make them show that yellow colour.
LDView (and Mike's tools that use LDView DLL) use "default color" defined in LDView preference instead of LDConfig color 16.

Quote:Preview icons in Windows are still created grey by LDView.
This depends on LDView "thumbnails" preference set.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2016-10-16

(2016-10-12, 6:20)Willy Tschager Wrote: I'm fine with the name. As for the RGB I'd go with swooshable. Measuring the color in PS I get values close to [size=large]#FBE890[/size] (since it is a transparent part it is hard to figure out what is the gray background and what is overlay). As for the edge use #baab6a

w.

Sven,

go ahead with this one.

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2016-10-16

(2016-10-11, 18:50)Willy Tschager Wrote: I would love if you could help me out on this since I do not have any intention to get creative.

I could do that if I would understand how to. I tried to recreate the edge colour from the examples above and failed.
Light colours should have darker edges, and darker colours have lighter edges. Right?

You said above "brightness is reduced by 25%". There is a big difference between "reduce by 25 percent" and "reduce by 25 percentage points"

Could you show me an online tool that could be used. I don't have Photoshop.

What do you mean by "creative"? Are you telling me there is no ruling idea behind the alternative edge colours?


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2016-10-17

(2016-10-16, 11:05)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: I could do that if I would understand how to. I tried to recreate the edge colour from the examples above and failed.
Light colours should have darker edges, and darker colours have lighter edges. Right?

You said above "brightness is reduced by 25%". There is a big difference between "reduce by 25 percent" and "reduce by 25 percentage points"

Could you show me an online tool that could be used. I don't have Photoshop.

Sure:

http://www.webme.co.uk/web-tools/color-picker.php
http://onlinewebtool.com/colorpicker.php

Insert a hex and if B says for example 76 move B to 51 to get your edge color.


(2016-10-16, 11:05)Magnus Forsberg Wrote: What do you mean by "creative"? Are you telling me there is no ruling idea behind the alternative edge colours?

Don't ask me, I haven't worked on the alternative LDConfig. My guessing is that some values have been copied form the old LDConfig, while the criteria for the rest was, well, taste. Therefore your first step should be working out some rules for you. If I remember correctly we used a brighter edge line for the LDconfig.ldr on the dark colors when B droped below 33%.

w.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Magnus Forsberg - 2016-10-17

Thanks, looks like good tools.  I'll get creative.


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Sven v. Beuningen - 2016-10-18

(2016-10-16, 7:34)Willy Tschager Wrote:
(2016-10-12, 6:20)Willy Tschager Wrote: I'm fine with the name. As for the RGB I'd go with swooshable. Measuring the color in PS I get values close to [size=large]#FBE890[/size] (since it is a transparent part it is hard to figure out what is the gray background and what is overlay). As for the edge use #baab6a

w.

Sven,

go ahead with this one.

w.

Ok here it is:

LEGO color: 234 | Transparent Fire Yellow => Ldraw: 218 | Trans_Fire_Yellow VALUE #FBE890 - EDGE #baab6a


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Sven v. Beuningen - 2016-10-18

Next one

[Image: 4275200.jpg]
Icon, Hawaii Flover, L. 16-POL

My own Data
Lego ID: 295
Lego Name: FLA.PINK
MY guessed name: Flamingo Pink

http://www.ldraw.org/article/547.html
No match found

http://wiki.ldraw.org/index.php?title=User:Owen_Burgoyne/LDraw_Colour_Comparison_Chart
Lego ID: 295
Ldraw Name: Bright Pink
Lego Name: Flamingo Pink
RGB: na

http://www.peeron.com/inv/colors
No match found

http://www.bricklink.com/message.asp?ID=868566
Lego ID: 295
Lego Name: Flamingo Pink

http://rebrickable.com/colors
No match found

http://swooshable.com/parts/colors
Lego ID: 295
Ldraw ID: na
Bricklink ID: na
Lego name: Flamingo Pink
RGB: #FF94C2


It seems that there only exists one piece in this color. [color=#333333]Unfortunately there is no image of any part in this color by TLG Sad. The only color information we have is from swooshable. The good thing is, that 295 is available as ldraw id. If we decide to use the swooshable color. Should we take "Bright Pink" as name?[/color]

[color=#333333]So Long[/color]

[color=#333333]SVen[/color]


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2016-10-18

(2016-10-18, 15:42)Sven v. Beuningen Wrote: It seems that there only exists one piece in this color. [color=#333333]Unfortunately there is no image of any part in this color by TLG Sad. The only color information we have is from swooshable. The good thing is, that 295 is available as ldraw id. If we decide to use the swooshable color. Should we take "Bright Pink" as name?[/color]

We've already got a Bright_Pink:

// LEGOID 222 - Light Purple
!COLOUR Bright_Pink CODE 29 VALUE[color=black] #E4ADC8

According to Swoosh this is a retired color so we should stick to Flamingo Pink.

w.
[/color]
[color=white]#333333[/color]


RE: Missing Ldraw Colors - Willy Tschager - 2016-10-22

(2016-10-18, 19:28)Willy Tschager Wrote:
(2016-10-18, 15:42)Sven v. Beuningen Wrote: It seems that there only exists one piece in this color. [color=#333333]Unfortunately there is no image of any part in this color by TLG Sad. The only color information we have is from swooshable. The good thing is, that 295 is available as ldraw id. If we decide to use the swooshable color. Should we take "Bright Pink" as name?[/color]

We've already got a Bright_Pink:

// LEGOID 222 - Light Purple
!COLOUR Bright_Pink CODE 29 VALUE[color=black] #E4ADC8

According to Swoosh this is a retired color so we should stick to Flamingo Pink.

w.
[/color]
[color=white]#333333[/color]

Looks like a go:

LEGO color: 295 | [color=#333333][size=small]Flamingo Pink[/size] => Ldraw: 295 | [color=black]Flamingo Pink[/color] - VALUE[color=black] #FF94C2 -[/color] EDGE #333333

w.
[/color]