SRM formula choices

Suggestions and discussion about upcoming features in future BeerTools Pro releases.

Which color formula do you prefer?

What BeerTools Pro uses currently
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Morey
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Noonan
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Daniels
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Total votes: 3

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Post by jeff » Mon Mar 07, 2011 6:29 pm

Ok, everyone chime in on the poll above. Thanks!
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Post by ColoradoBrewer » Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:01 am

I chose Morey. My preference is to be able to choose from a list, but if that is not possible I'd like Morey as the majority of recipes I come across use that.
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Post by jawbox » Tue Mar 08, 2011 10:53 pm

My primary choice is for morry although having multiple choices would be good for other users.
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Added in version 1.5.13

Post by jeff » Thu Mar 10, 2011 1:23 pm

Color models can be selected or edited by choosing "Color Model" from the "Recipe" menu. The model choice is saved with the recipe, however, older versions of BTP ignore the color model settings. To use the color model that previous versions use, choose "Classic".
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Post by TCBrewguy » Fri Mar 11, 2011 9:05 am

Awesome! Thanks, Jeff!
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Post by jeff » Fri Mar 11, 2011 4:41 pm

TCBrewguy wrote:Awesome! Thanks, Jeff!
I hope it's what you had in mind. I think it may be handy to enter your own data points on the custom curve to get the exact results you want.
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Post by ColoradoBrewer » Sat Mar 12, 2011 8:51 am

Thanks, Jeff!
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Post by TCBrewguy » Sat Mar 12, 2011 8:57 am

jeff wrote:
TCBrewguy wrote:Awesome! Thanks, Jeff!
I hope it's what you had in mind. I think it may be handy to enter your own data points on the custom curve to get the exact results you want.
It's great. One question though: do you have to save the color model selection for each recipe or can you just use "make default" to apply the color model selection to all recipes in the library? I messed around with it a little yesterday but wasn't able to get a consistent result.
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Post by jeff » Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:19 am

TCBrewguy wrote:
jeff wrote:
TCBrewguy wrote:Awesome! Thanks, Jeff!
I hope it's what you had in mind. I think it may be handy to enter your own data points on the custom curve to get the exact results you want.
It's great. One question though: do you have to save the color model selection for each recipe or can you just use "make default" to apply the color model selection to all recipes in the library? I messed around with it a little yesterday but wasn't able to get a consistent result.
The color model is saved with the recipe but it looks like the setting isn't saved with default settings. I'll upload an update this coming week.
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Post by TCBrewguy » Sat Mar 12, 2011 9:53 am

jeff wrote:
TCBrewguy wrote:
jeff wrote: I hope it's what you had in mind. I think it may be handy to enter your own data points on the custom curve to get the exact results you want.
It's great. One question though: do you have to save the color model selection for each recipe or can you just use "make default" to apply the color model selection to all recipes in the library? I messed around with it a little yesterday but wasn't able to get a consistent result.
The color model is saved with the recipe but it looks like the setting isn't saved with default settings. I'll upload an update this coming week.
Cool, thanks!
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