John Denker wrote:

> And here is a possibly-related question:  what colormap are
> the Sectional Aeronautical Charts using, and how do I specify
> it?  They show up in QGIS in beautiful natural color.  In 
> particular, in QGIS, if I change the colormap on one of those 
> charts, there does not appear to be any way to change it back
> to the beautiful original colormap.

The palettes are embedded in the GeoTIFF files, you most certainly want
to convert these images into some suitable true colour format before
doing any manipulations,

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