[pyngl-talk] PyNGL skewT default background color
Fearon, Dr. Matthew, Contractor, Code 7533
matthew.fearon.ctr at nrlmry.navy.mil
Thu May 3 16:32:21 MDT 2018
Thanks, Bill. This is really helpful.
From: Bill Ladwig [mailto:ladwig at ucar.edu]
Sent: Thursday, May 3, 2018 2:36 PM
To: Fearon, Dr. Matthew, Contractor, Code 7533
Cc: pyngl-talk at ucar.edu
Subject: Re: [pyngl-talk] PyNGL skewT default background color
Unfortunately there isn't a resource for this, but if you're willing to modify your copy of PyNGL, you can manually change the color pretty easily. In your site-packages directory for your Python distribution, you should see a PyNGL directory. Under that, there is Ngl.py. Around line 6054, in the skewt_bkg function, you'll see this:
color1 = "PaleGreen2" # "LightGreen"
color2 = "Background" # "Azure"
Change "PaleGreen2" for color1 to a color of your liking.
Hope this helps,
On Thu, May 3, 2018 at 12:08 PM, Fearon, Dr. Matthew, Contractor, Code 7533 via pyngl-talk <pyngl-talk at ucar.edu<mailto:pyngl-talk at ucar.edu>> wrote:
Dear PyNGL users:
I’m using the Ngl resources for skewT plotting. I was wondering if anyone has experimented with changing the default green sktColoredBands to another color. This option turn the bands off/on, but is there a resource or a trick for changing the default green banded background color?
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