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Date Posted: 23:46:38 06/02/03 Mon
Author: Kai
Subject: Re: Graphic Size after Load
In reply to: Kai 's message, "Graphic Size after Load" on 11:41:55 06/02/03 Mon


to rule out the possibility that v1.10 is the culprit, I just downloaded v2.0 and installed it (after uninstalling all other graf libs I had).

I receive a size of '0 x 0' from the snippet below and its saves out a 0 byte file.


procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
dibgr: TDIBGraphic;

dibgr := TDIBGraphic.Create;
dibgr.LoadFromFile( 'c:\windows\setup.bmp');
showmessage( IntToStr( dibgr.Width) + ' x ' + IntToStr( dibgr.Height));

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