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Date Posted: 16:30:11 12/12/05 Mon
Author: David L. Bracken
Subject: Re: Draw canvas, wrong palette
In reply to: Peter Schrooders 's message, "Draw canvas, wrong palette" on 08:35:34 11/02/05 Wed

I am not 100% sure, but i think you will have to convert the black & white image to color to use a colored rectangle. I dont believe you can add a color to a black and white only image format. Try converting the image to a color format first. then add the colored rectangle.

Hope this helps,

>Hi ...
>I open a black&white tiff.
>After adding a canvas rectangle it's displayes black
>(although I set the brush and pen color to red).
>Problem is the TDibGraphic, who changes the HPalette
>for black&white images. Is there a way to get round
>this problem, so I can add a red canvas rectangle ???
>If the problem is not clear, please tell me, I'll try
>and explain better ...
>Thanx in advance,

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