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Does anyone know if there is a specific meaning to the Orbx region "colors"?  For example, PFJ is red, CRM, is orange, PNW and SAK are blue, etc.

 

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Hey Caleb,

 

The region colors are sort of groupings, and the colors themselves are based on the region. We haven't used them in a little while, but from memory it's something like this:

 

NA Blue: PNW, PFJ, SAK - blue for the cool and wet climate of the northwest

NA Gold: CRM, NRM(?), NCA, SCA - gold for the drier interior and desert areas

 

AU Blue: coastal Australia, wet and temperate

AU Red: outback and western AU, dry and well, red

AU Green: northern subtropical Australia

AU Yellow: drier southern and south-central Australia.

 

Some of these colors translated into the regional boundaries used in the KML files, other regions got different random colors just to stand out in Google Earth against other regions.

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Hey Caleb,
 
The region colors are sort of groupings, and the colors themselves are based on the region. We haven't used them in a little while, but from memory it's something like this:
 
NA Blue: PNW, PFJ, SAK - blue for the cool and wet climate of the northwest
NA Gold: CRM, NRM(?), NCA, SCA - gold for the drier interior and desert areas
 
AU Blue: coastal Australia, wet and temperate
AU Red: outback and western AU, dry and well, red
AU Green: northern subtropical Australia
AU Yellow: drier southern and south-central Australia.
 
Some of these colors translated into the regional boundaries used in the KML files, other regions got different random colors just to stand out in Google Earth against other regions.
Ok thanks Alex.
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