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Date Posted: 13:41:22 11/03/00 Fri
Author: James Wendell
Subject: Re: Get DIB Failed
In reply to: Larry Griffiths 's message, "Re: Get DIB Failed" on 11:38:29 10/31/00 Tue

Michel, I have emailed you a copy of my thumbnail test program which clearly shows that the "CreateDibGraphic fail" message will appear at random while loading a series of IDENTICAL images with different names, usually after loading about 20 or more images in a directory. I really think that we all need a way around the Windows API call. I know that Larry Griffiths recommended another technique. How about DirectX or DirectDraw. Are there ways to create a DIB using these calls? In any event, I would appreciate any comments after you have tested my program. If necessary, I can provide you with more images. Thanks.

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