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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #15 on: 2011 October 24 11:03:23 »
Hi Harry,

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Did this script get lost in the mist

Indeed! I overlooked it completely --too many things in my head I'm afraid. I'll publish it through update-devel ASAP.

By the way, I owe you a cocoon ... although I guess you managed to get it as you want without my help, did you?
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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #16 on: 2011 October 24 11:29:59 »
Hi

I know you are a busy man  >:D

I did get the stars better , would have liked them a little less intrusive but my skills failed me

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #17 on: 2011 November 30 13:25:03 »
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I find if I try and run the script twice ( testing settings) the old script crashes  >:D

Also did you give any thought on being able to see the modified Ha image before combination , lastley could the script tidy up after its self delecting the working images when complete  :-*

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #18 on: 2011 December 01 09:15:01 »
Has this script been released through the update process yet? I don't see it.

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #19 on: 2011 December 08 08:18:53 »
Has this script been released through the update process yet? I don't see it.

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I think it has not.

I'm trying to install it in the script folder but it does not appear. Does it work with W7 64 bit?

Saludos. Alejandro.


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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #20 on: 2011 December 08 11:20:53 »
Hi

Lord Juan has not sent ot out yet  8)

You can download it from above and then run the script from there :D

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #21 on: 2011 December 08 11:43:18 »
Exellent, thank you Harry, I'll do that.

Saludos. Alejandro.

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #22 on: 2012 January 04 20:00:50 »
This looks like a great script! I can't wait to try it!

Unfortunately.... my monitor isn't tall enough to run the script  :-[

When I run the script, the script window is fairly tall, and it doesn't fit on my monitor. I can't access the buttons at the bottom of the script window. Thus, I can't run the script.

I'm using a 15" MacBook Pro, with a monitor that is 900px high. Is there any way for me to change the size of the script's window?

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #23 on: 2012 January 05 00:25:02 »
Just to help a bit people that want to enable in the script list.
Edit it (with a text editor) and add at the top something like the below :

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#feature-id    Utilities > HaRGBCombination

#feature-info  Script to combine Ha with RGB \
               by Silvercup \
               see http://pixinsight.com/forum/index.php?topic=3446.0

#feature-icon  HaRGBCombination.xpm


save the script  and then add it from Scripts -> Feature Scripts

Or, load it in the script editor and run it with F9

BTW, I did not had any crash issues so far and I have used it 10-15 times on old and new images, both under W7 64b and Linux 32bit.

1-2 small requests (Silvercup ? ) :

If you stop it abnormally it leaves residual views hanging around (Ha, R,G,B etc).
It assumes that there are no views already named Ha, R,G,B , which produces problems if there are.
It will be good (not confusing for the user) if the lists of views inside the script are excluding the above temporary views (the ones that the script is producing, ie R,G,B etc).
I would also like to have a way to preview HaEmmision, but since the script is modal and the view hidden.....

( Silvercup , did I mentioned how glad I am for this script?  ;D )
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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #24 on: 2012 April 02 04:38:12 »
Just came across this script tonight.  It looks like it has a lot of potential, however I've noticed some issues.

1. As Ioannis mentions above, to get it to be recognised by Feature Scripts you have to manually edit those lines in the script file.

2. The window is huge on my screen, MacBook Pro 17" 1440x900 (so not a small screen), and the bottom isn't visible.  Be nice to either have it not quite as long, or be able to reduce the size of some of the sections of the window like you can with the ImageIntegration ones for example.

3. If you run it a few times, the number of views becomes huuuuuge.  Can't it remove them after use?

4. Getting past the above, I thought it looked very promising.  If I click the "Show HaRGB" button, the image in the "Window Preview Control" at the top of the script's window looks exactly like the image I wanted.  However in PI's main window the "RGB" does not look the same.  I can't get an image to look like the script's preview window.

5. If I enable the colour calibration feature, the script crashes.

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #25 on: 2012 April 25 08:14:14 »
Hi Silvercup,
Hi Juan,

this script sounds great and the pics seem to be great too. But I can´t click on the Preview or OK-Buttons because they where outside my screen (on my MacBook 15"). I´m not able to rescale the script-window.
Can you tell me how to fix the script that I can use it properly.

Cornel

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #26 on: 2012 April 25 10:16:46 »
Hi,

Since development on this VERY INTERESTING script seems stalled, I took the opportunity to play with it a bit.
As Juan said it needs a bit of cleanup. But for the moment I would like to share my changes so far - at least they will solve the 2 main issues mentioned so far , ie headers at the top and the size of the screen. I hope Silvercup does not have an objection ? (since there is no copyright notice I'm not sure the status of it).

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #27 on: 2012 April 25 11:15:38 »
THX Ioannis,
the script works well for me and fits on my screen  :) :) :)

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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #28 on: 2012 April 25 11:42:25 »
Hi

Great work in tidying up the script  :D

A view of the modified Ha would be great before combination, so you can see if the settings are right  ;D


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Re: HaRGBCombination Script
« Reply #29 on: 2012 April 25 11:56:05 »
Well, I believe the script really needs an expert (Silvercup ? Juan ? Georg ? anyone ?) to tidy it up - I'm an amateur.
No promises, but if a more experienced than me can not spare some time on it, I may give it a try on my (limited) spare time and add a few more improvements .
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