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Histogram subv, indicate when pixels are above/below threshold (or NAN)

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Histogram subv, indicate when pixels are above/below threshold (or NAN)

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Post by Chad » Wed Sep 26, 2018 11:02 am

Would be nice when using the Histogram SubV if the vertical lines indicating 0 and 1 would change, perhaps to red, to indicate that a sample lies outside the range. Normal distribution means the height of the histogram columns are usually small for normally exposed images, so it's hard to tell unless you scale up and zoom in.

Also, any visual indicator of a NAN sample would be nice.