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Date Posted: 15:37:40 01/03/01 Wed
Author: Poul Halgaard
Subject: Re: Draw in bitmap - 256 color palette
In reply to: Michel 's message, "Re: Draw in bitmap - 256 color palette" on 07:30:26 01/03/01 Wed

Thanks for the suggestion, however I really would like to be able to use TBitmap and not TBitmapGraphics.
* I don't want to use TBitmapGraphics instead of TBitmap because that would tie me more to your lib for no reason.
* It does not apply very well to the real world situation where I want to use it. I actually want to display it and not save it.

Is it possible or should I save a TBitmapGraphic's bitmap in a mem stream and then load it from a TBitmap (hope that's not nessesary)?

Kind Regards
Poul Halgaard

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