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Date Posted: 07:30:17 04/19/04 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: rowsperstrip
In reply to: Peter Rettig 's message, "rowsperstrip" on 09:23:30 04/18/04 Sun

Hi Peter,

This has been corrected in the latest code base. It is now limited to MaxLongInt, about 2Gig. The code is now,

procedure TTiffGraphic.SetRowsPerStrip( const InRowsPerStrip : LongInt );
FRowsPerStrip := BoundInteger(InRowsPerStrip, 1, MaxLongInt);

Let me know if you have problems. This change will be in the next version.

Best regards,


>I tried to save a TIF-image with 4 294 967 295 (FF FF
>FF FF) rowsperstrip. But the highest accepted value at
>this property semms to be 4095!?
>Is there a way to support larger values?
>Best regards,

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