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Date Posted: 17:36:34 03/22/01 Thu
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: handle the pixels of bitmap
In reply to: nazish 's message, "handle the pixels of bitmap" on 03:43:50 03/22/01 Thu

Hi Nazish,

I'm not sure I understand your question. What are you trying to achieve?

Best regards,


>>Hi Poul,
>>i cann't understand how to handle the pixels of
>bitmap.How to store them in an array.
>>Best regards,
>>>Hello Michel,
>>>I have now tried to use the memorystream strategy but
>>>I then found out that when saving a TBitmapGraphic
>>>when running in 8bit display mode, the palette in the
>>>resulting file is messed up. It should be very easy
>>>reproduce. I don't know if it's only a problem if the
>>>bitmapgraphic was made with TImageFormatTransform.
>>>I would really love a fix for this. I could paste the
>>>sourcecode changes if you supply them to me.
>>>Kind regards

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