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Date Posted: 07:03:44 09/26/00 Tue
Author: Paul Mead
Subject: Re: Tiff Compression JPEG
In reply to: Paul Mead 's message, "Re: Tiff Compression JPEG" on 19:17:35 09/25/00 Mon

Hi Michel

I did a little more work on this last night.

I should mention this is a unregistered copy.
( Maybe you have this feature disabled )
Same problem D4, D5 ,C3

Using debug, I find your code in EnTifGr clobbers
the compression value, then attempts to verify if
the saved value is allowed as image type B/W, True,
Using TJpegGraphic(Graphic).SaveQuality := 6 will
will set the internal value and allow Tiff Jpeg

Since this works and is probably a typo in source, I
will recommend purchasing.


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