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Black panels in photoplan?


patrik k
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When i choose a known black panel in photoplan, it doesnt show up as black. I can only choose black frame. Is it possible to fix the colour to match the panels? Or make it possible to Chang  the colour of the panel like in the 3D configuration? 

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Hi patrik k,

this is not possible with Photo Plan. There is a workaround, which takes about 5 minutes using GIMP, an open source bitmap manupulation program https://www.gimp.org/

  1. Open the picture
  2. Use the "Free Select"-Tool for selecting the module area
  3. Via Colors > Saturation set the saturation of the selected area to 0.0.
  4. Export the picture with the changes you made.

ppblack.thumb.png.80d628a7aed949faca5f6194c250cad2.png

Best regards,
Frederik

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On 5/10/2021 at 10:27 AM, developer_fw said:

Hi patrik k,

sorry for the late response. Could you send me the "original" picture from PhotoPlan here or via private message? Thank you in advance.

Best regards,
Frederik

 

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Hi patrik k,

the problem here is, that PhotoPlan is external software that was bought by us a long time ago. Due to the age there is no maintenance and neither do we have the source code nor do we have permission to change anything. This is why my standard answers refer to bitmap manipulating.

I tried a bit, there is no recipe, but with brightness, contrast and some colour variation, you could achieve this:

more-black-modules.thumb.png.50d22c078e655b7f91874d36be231166.png

Best regards,
Frederik

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@frederikdo you think it is possible for me to get in contact with the company that made photoplan to perhaps make this change that owns and knows the code? I understand that there would be a cost for changing this. but since we sell 90% black panels it would make a lot of differnence!

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