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Hi All, 

Some color ramps that I often use have float values in the stops ranging from 0 to 1... like this one:

Stop 0: 110,145,138
Stop 0.0071: 127,162,157
Stop 0.0286: 144,174,168
Stop 0.0857: 178,190,178
Stop 0.1429: 211,201,179
Stop 0.2857: 212,184,164
Stop 0.4282: 213,192,181
Stop 0.5714: 214,209,206
Stop 0.7143: 222,222,222
Stop 0.8571 238,238,238
Stop 1: 245,246,245

How to insert these values? I only see % values in the gradient map tool. 

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Is this possible? 

Thanks!!! Have a nice day

 

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Maybe I'm missing something here, but can you not simple multiply the floating stop values by 100?  That will map your existing range of 0 to 1 to the full Affinity  percentage range?

For example

Stop 0.0000    0.00%
Stop 0.0071    0.71%
Stop 0.0286    2.86%
Stop 0.0857    8.57%
Stop 0.1429    14.29%
Stop 0.2857    28.57%
Stop 0.4282    42.82%
Stop 0.5714    57.14%
Stop 0.7143    71.43%
Stop 0.8571    85.71%
Stop 1.0000    100.00%

I'd suspect that you want/need to round off your percentage decimals, but I think it should otherwise sort your issue…


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10 hours ago, GaryLearnTech said:

Maybe I'm missing something here, but can you not simple multiply the floating stop values by 100?  That will map your existing range of 0 to 1 to the full Affinity  percentage range?

For example

Stop 0.0000    0.00%
Stop 0.0071    0.71%
Stop 0.0286    2.86%
Stop 0.0857    8.57%
Stop 0.1429    14.29%
Stop 0.2857    28.57%
Stop 0.4282    42.82%
Stop 0.5714    57.14%
Stop 0.7143    71.43%
Stop 0.8571    85.71%
Stop 1.0000    100.00%

I'd suspect that you want/need to round off your percentage decimals, but I think it should otherwise sort your issue…


Yes, I know that you need to multiply by 100, but if you try to enter a float value such as 0.71 the software will consider it as 1, or 85.71 as 86 and so on. So Gradient tool doesn't support float values in stops, only integers.

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