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Date Posted: 12:44:57 01/01/03 Wed
Author: Rob
Subject: tif does not save correctly in ver 2 either

I tried your demo now that ver 2.0 is out. I load a jpg image, then save in tif format. When I use programs (like ACDC 5) to try to open the tif file saved under your demo.exe program, I get an error stating the file is corrupt. I had experienced this with earlier versions of Envision, but I had hoped it had been fixed. Is there something I'm missing? Why can't I save a regular (yes, I know LZW compression is not supported) tif file (no compression) that other programs can open? I've also tried the more expensive ImageEn lib, and that can save tif files that will open in ACDC etc. Is there a solution to the tif problem with Envision or something I'm missing here?

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