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Date Posted: 07:03:01 04/03/00 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: PNG images washing out
In reply to: Fraser Martin 's message, "PNG images washing out" on 19:54:06 04/02/00 Sun

Hi Fraser,

Have you tried the fix,

<< "Washed out" colors with palette images >>

posted on 03/27/00 on this forum?

If you are using the evaluation version, you'll need to create a temporary class, for example:

TTestTransform = class(TResizeTransform)
procedure ApplyOnDest(
const Source : TDibGraphic;
const Dest : TDibGraphic );

procedure TTestTransform.ApplyOnDest(
const Source : TDibGraphic;
const Dest : TDibGraphic );
... put the code found in the other post ...

Best regards,


> I am using EnPngGr to supply program interface images
> in TImage objects. The PNGs are 256 color. Each time
> the program is run the interface appears a little more
> washed out than the previous time. Eventually I end up
> with a very ill-looking interface. If I reload the
> TImage objects everything is ok but the cycle starts
> over again.
> Is this a problem with PNGs or EnPngGr ? Could you
> offer some suggestions?
> Thanks
> Fraser

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