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Dear Experts,

1)I created a image in PhotoShop and save it as index color - use windows system color.

2)I open a new project in macromedia Director 6.5, import the image (also use windows system color). But the color look difference from the original 256 color image!! (It looks augry.)

Any Idea ?
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Check what method you used for importing the graphics into director! Is the stagepalette used or...? Same palette for all images? Did you/didn't you remap them while importing?


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If you index the image, if you want it to look the same bring in the pallette.  Or dont index the image and bring it in as 16bit.  Dont remap it to the windows or any other pallette because it will look crap!
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