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Detecting/Changing Colors

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Hi!

I use VB5.

How can I detect how many colors the computer is using, and also change them to the desired amount, as you would in Control Panel/Display/Settings?

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U shall need to use windows API for this question. You shall need to use the API's which will get windows registry entries and use getdevicecaps API for this problem.

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Please give me the API codes to do this then!

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Please give me the API codes to do this then!

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