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7 months 1 week ago #994 by Aria_Graphics
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Looking to find Fil-Tec's new(er) lines color charts. Has anyone taken the time to build these? Glide, Glide 60, are the names of the lines.
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6 months 2 weeks ago #1020 by Kim
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Hello,
Gluide is on the request list but I don't have an ETA. You can actually create your own thread charts if you get the RGB values from the company along with the color name and codes. I'll add you to the wish list.
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2 months 3 weeks ago #1381 by LochAnLoch
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The Syntax in the RES folder is easy for the .TCH files (after I found the help from wilcom e4 :-) )
Made my own yarn list after I bought the thread box from madeira.
The File start with the first number ... and end with empty line. UTF8 work but don't use BOM ;-)
Table: Number in my list; YarnBox Position; info thickness and info if more than 200m possible.
Fadendicke
                                       A Denier40 0,01
                                       B Denier30 +0,03
                                       C Denier80 -0,03
                                       D Denier100 -0,06
Farbcode,Tabelle       ,Farbname      ,Fadendicke,ROT,GRÜN,BLAU
    1044,001 YB: A 0 -x,blue black    ,A         ,2  ,41  ,74
    1243,002 YB: A 9 -x,deep artic sky,A         ,11 ,49  ,85
    1143,003 YB: A 8 -x,dusty navy    ,A         ,101,116 ,145
...
Thread thickness
                                         A denier 40 0.01
                                         B denier 30 +0.03
                                         C denier 80 -0.03
                                         D denier 100 -0.06
Color code,table         ,color name    ,thread thickness,RED,GREEN,BLUE
      1044,001 YB: A 0 -x,blue black    ,A               ,2  ,41   ,74
      1243,002 YB: A 9 -x,deep artic sky,A               ,11 ,49   ,85
      1143,003 YB: A 8 -x,dusty navy    ,A               ,101,116  ,145
...

LaL_D_YarnBox.tch my file is ;-) a bit longer.
1044,001 YB: A 0 -DX,blue black,D,2,41,74
1243,002 YB: A 9 -DX,deep artic sky,D,11,49,85
1143,003 YB: A 8 -DX,dusty navy,D,101,116,145
1075,004 YB: A 7 -DX,periwinkle,D,165,189,227
1242,005 YB: A 6 -DX,dark navy,D,22,60,97
1042,006 YB: A 5 -D,true blue,D,19,72,112
...

Hope it help's you a bit.

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2 months 3 weeks ago #1382 by LochAnLoch
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A small note on your own color lists. I have the Madeira yarn box so that I can use the available colors when creating my pictures, I have created a color list for Inkscape. Fortunately, in Hatch there is the option of saving your own color list in the file with the extension TCH in the RES folder. Since I only found an explanation for the meaning “thread thickness” in the help of e4 at Wilcom, here is my little summary.
Color code = designation of the yarn Color code of the yarn manufacturer
Table = completely separate comment field; I have my own numbering, the position in the twine box, the thread thickness and whether the thread is also available in large cones with more than 200m.
Color name = the color name from the manufacturer
Thread thickness = the value is supposedly not evaluated by Hatch, but if it is evaluated then it is necessary for the final stitch density calculation.
Red Green Blue = RGB values in the range from 0-255
                                          Thread thickness
                                          A denier 40 0,01
                                          B denier 30 +0,03
                                          C denier 80 -0,03
                                          D denier 100 -0,06
Color code,table          ,color name    ,thread thickness,RED,GREEN,BLUE
1044      ,001 YB: A 0 -xA,blue black    ,A               ,2  ,41   ,74
1243      ,002 YB: A 9 -xC,deep artic sky,C               ,11 ,49   ,85
1143      ,003 YB: A 8 -xD,dusty navy    ,D               ,101,116  ,145
The file with the ending TCH can be Unicode8 and should not contain a BOM = “byte-order mark” because Hatch does not read it and the first color will otherwise appear in the color list with strange special characters. The file then ends with a teaching line.

LaL_C_YarnBox.tch
...
1360,078 YB: H 3 -CX,winter sky,C,149,178,196
1387,079 YB: H 2 -CX,light plum,C,139,123,149
1386,080 YB: H 1 -CX,dark chestnut,C,85,38,84
1174,081 YB: I 1 -CX,maple,C,144,51,69
1341,082 YB: I 2 -CX,deep mauve,C,172,122,121
1053,083 YB: I 3 -CX,pastel mauve,C,242,210,189
1013,084 YB: I 4 -CX,pale pink,C,248,231,224
1108,085 YB: I 9 -C,mauve,C,224,153,169
1381,086 YB: I 0 -CX,mulberry‘,C,150,32,82
1035,087 YB: I 5 -CX,wine,C,102,26,64
1119,088 YB: I 6 -CX,med. burgundy,C,157,89,112
1116,089 YB: I 7 -CX,pink,C,228,173,192
1120,090 YB: I 8 -CX,pastel orchid,C,234,196,209
...
Hope it help my own help file :-)

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