Ticket #1055 (closed defect: fixed)
Contrast Enhancement defaults to Stretch to MinMax causing raster color shifts
|Reported by:||starriver||Owned by:||ersts|
|Priority:||major: does not work as expected||Milestone:|
|Platform Version:||Platform:||OS X|
|Must Fix for Release:||No||Awaiting user input:||no|
When adding a raster layer, Raster Layer Properties>Symbology>Contrast Enhancement defaults to Stretch to MinMax? and seems to stretch the colors based on the min max values in the bands. This happens with Custom Min Max Values not selected and without having selected Load Min Max Values From Band(s).
In effect the system attempts, without being asked, to do a custom white balance on each added raster layer. The results can be quite strange with otherwise matched raster tiles.
Please set the default to No Stretch or at least include a preference that would allow the user to make No Stretch the default.
This may be the same underlying phenomenon described in ticket #996 where the colors of JPEG2000 files are changed dramatically.
Let me know if I can further clarify this issue.