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Why  do these two images return the same pixel location data?

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Why  do these two images return the same pixel location data?

http://207.145.62.4/0.png
http://207.145.62.4/1.png
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by:Mark Gilbert
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Hi, I'm not sure I understand your question.  Could you please clarify exactly what the problem is with as much detail as possible.  If it's regarding the width and height of the image, 90 x 60, then this must be setup in the code you are using to generate the image.  Other than that more detail will provide valuable direction.
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by:JPERKS1985
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Each non white pixel should mape like this 02,23 and so on. But they return the same data. Is there a problem with the png format? Some special encoding options?
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Sorry, I'm completely lost and therefore will step out of this thread.  Hopefully you can find an expert to assist that understands image functions better, if it is an image function with PHP that you are using.
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