I develop a "User Interface" consisting of 10 bitmap displays
simultaneously on the screen.I need it to run on any 1 Mbyte VGA graphic
(the speed is not important).
The problem is that not any of the bitmaps is displayed as it looks in
the Paint program.All of them are partialy Grayscaled or even full
Few words on the environment:
1. The development and the productions environment are the same:WIN95.
2. I use Bitblt and Strechbilt function on the bitmaps.
3. I create the pictures myself with Photoshop V. 4.0 and I can control
the output format as required by the software.
Does anyony has an idea what can I do to fix it?
It can be an advice about the bitmap mode(indexed,RGB...),or about
programming technics in the software.
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