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Interesting new HSL interface. Thanks.

Though I am wondering what happened to HSV. Is it just taking a sabbatical or has it been consigned to history? I rather liked it and it would be sad to see it go.


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Interesting, I also like the new interface (more possibilities, closer to old PhotoPlus, but i didn't had the time to investigate all of them). But I had never used HSV version. What are the ups of that one?


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thanks, MEB.

Another kinda request: The new HSL looks like it does a select by colour. Any possibility of accessing the selection made?


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7 hours ago, TEcHNOpls said:

Interesting, I also like the new interface (more possibilities, closer to old PhotoPlus, but i didn't had the time to investigate all of them). But I had never used HSV version. What are the ups of that one?

Cute things like turn up L and get just colour info. Turn down S and it goes to white, not grey.


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20 hours ago, dmstraker said:

Cute things like turn up L and get just colour info. Turn down S and it goes to white, not grey.

Sounds interesting, I can image uses for that.


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As a workaround, for HSL, I used to turn the colors +180 degrees when masking, then resetting and working on proper values, maybe this is a workaround when working with these new ranges in HSL. Still, it would be a nice touch to have this like a button/modifier (to show what is in the colour range).


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21 hours ago, TEcHNOpls said:

As a workaround, for HSL, I used to turn the colors +180 degrees when masking, then resetting and working on proper values, maybe this is a workaround when working with these new ranges in HSL. Still, it would be a nice touch to have this like a button/modifier (to show what is in the colour range).

Don't quite understand how this works. Could you elaborate, please?


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For example I 'm looking at these leafs (HSL layer disabled):

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Here's how I would look for a an approximate area where the colors are affected:

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After findin the appropriate ranges just set Hue Shift to 0 and saturation to 0%, and take it from there.

 

This is now way foolproof, but a good starting point for me. I use the same technique when masking HSL layer (so I see some very odd colors where the layer is not masked out).

 


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