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Date Posted: 14:10:29 10/05/04 Tue
Author: Suri
Subject: Changes in PCX in V2.01

We render the B/W PCX using Envision 2.01 engine and send to the Fax System calls Castelle. Some how the Fax System sees the PCX as W/B (in reverse). This does not happen in the old version of your Envision Lib. I did the comparision between your old Envision and the new Envision codes. I notice the changes in EnGbm.pas that might be the culprit:

In EnGbm.pas - GbmToLogPalette() - Line 70:
{ blue and red values are reversed }
Palette.palPalEntry[Index].peRed :=
GbmPalette[Index].R;
Palette.palPalEntry[Index].peGreen :=
GbmPalette[Index].G;
Palette.palPalEntry[Index].peBlue :=
GbmPalette[Index].B;

You no longer reverse the Red and Blue Palette where your old version has these palettes reversed. Do they still need to be reversed to correct the problem?

Regards,

Suri

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