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color map in DELPHI 1

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I am using DELPHI 1 for display bitmap images (from jpeg files)

Showing the pictures in the delphi program is fine.
The problem arise when i am switching to some other application.
The application is using a diffrent color map, and it makes
my picture disturded - but it is o.k. too, as long the focus is on the other application.

When i am switching back to my delphi application - it
doesn't get its color map back again !!!

any idea ?
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If you call realizepalette the windows system palette will be adjusted to be optimal for your application.
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mheacock earned 140 total points
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You should find that as soon as you resize your application, that
your colours will return to normal.

So, what you'll need to so is force a repaint of the component
that the bitmap resides on...just Invalidate it.  This should
work...if not post a comment and I'll  experiment some more.
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