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Colours

The tags defined on this page will render in various nautical charts.

This page defines values for the "seamark:<object>:colour" and "seamark:<object>:colour_pattern" tags.

There is a set of standard colours defined in the S-100 attribute catalogue.

Colour (COLOUR) seamark:<object>:colour Rendering
White white
Black black
Red red
Green green
Blue blue
Yellow yellow
Grey grey
Brown brown
Amber amber
Violet violet
Orange orange
Magenta magenta
Pink pink

Colour Patterns

Painted object with more than one colour can be specified by listing those colours in a semi-colon separated list. When this is done, a colour pattern tag must be used in addition to the colour tag. The rendering order is top-to-bottom, left-to-right, background, border. More than one pattern can be similarly specified and the colours are assigned to the patterns in their listed order.

Pattern (COLPAT) seamark:<object>:colour_pattern Definition Rendering
Horizontal stripes horizontal Straight bands or stripes of differing colours painted horizontally. HorizontalStripe.png
Vertical stripes vertical Straight bands or stripes of differing colours painted vertically. VerticalStripe.png
Diagonal stripes diagonal Straight bands or stripes of differing colours painted diagonally. DiagonalStripe.png
Squared squared Often referred to as checker plate, where alternate colours are used to create squares similar to a chess or draught board. The pattern may be straight or diagonal. Squared.png
Stripes (direction unknown) stripes Straight bands or stripes of differing colours painted in an unknown direction.
Border stripe border A band or stripe of colour which is displayed around the outer edge of the object, which may also form a border to an inner pattern or plain colour. Border.png
Vertical cross cross A vertical cross of one colour painted on a background of a different colour. CrossV.png
Diagonal cross saltire A diagonal cross of one colour painted on a background of a different colour. Saltire.png

References

Seamark Tag Values
Seamark Objects
Seamark Attributes
INT-1 Cross Reference