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Date Posted: 07:24:52 05/11/01 Fri
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Drag and Drop
In reply to: Steve 's message, "Re: Drag and Drop" on 18:27:47 05/10/01 Thu

Hi Steve,

I have not worked with Anders Melander's drag and drop components, so I am not sure what you mean. When you write, "When I drag that same image (24 bit)", do you drag from Envision back to word? At what point does the image convert to 8 bit in Envision?

Best regards,


>Hi Michel,
>I am in 24 bit color mode and the image is not
>distorted. When I copy a 24 bit image from MSWord to a
>ImageScrollBox the result is a 24 bit image. So far so
>good. When I drag that same image (24 bit), the result
>is an 8 bit image on my ImageScrollBox. I do not think
>it has anything to do with the Envision comonent,
>which appears to be an excellent program. I am just
>hoping that either you or one of the readers, has
>figured out the work around to what I think is some
>poor MS programming. One interesting note is that it
>appears that they have put the 24 bit image as a
>CF_METAFILEPICT and that the CF_BITMAP is always 8 bit
>according to the results of doing a Bitmap.PixelFormat

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