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Re:Groovy Graphic Demos

barryb@libero.it
Having already viewed or downloaded all these graphical marvels, can any one tell me why I cannot import a simple transparent  b/w outline image, in png or gif format, to a stack (Media & Studio)and then floodfill a color or flip-it without it deteriating into something that looks like it has been dragged through a hedge backwards? The stack I am trying to develop only has to do these two operations; something I find any kid's art application can do nicely.
My 5yo grandson would be very grateful if someone can solve this for me!
Cheers Barry


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Re: Groovy Graphic Demos

Marielle Lange-5
Hi Barry,

Yes, I had the same problems. I was asked to write such a small arts  
software for a client (to do what would have then have been a very  
nifty whiteboard application). Well, this got me embarrassed when I  
had to explain I could do nothing about it.

Is there a bug in quality center on this? A related one I did enter is:
<http://quality.runrev.com/qacenter/show_bug.cgi?id=4094>
But there, the problem was in part due to a problem in my own code  
because I didn't read the doc carefully enough (well, we all err).

It may be worth adding a request for enhancement specially on this  
loss of quality when flipping and image. Then another one for the  
filling report. If you can provide a demo stack to speed up  
confirmation, all the better.

Marielle

On 28 Feb 2007, at 07:48, barryb@@libero..it wrote:

> Having already viewed or downloaded all these graphical marvels,  
> can any one tell me why I cannot import a simple transparent  b/w  
> outline image, in png or gif format, to a stack (Media & Studio)and  
> then floodfill a color or flip-it without it deteriating into  
> something that looks like it has been dragged through a hedge  
> backwards? The stack I am trying to develop only has to do these  
> two operations; something I find any kid's art application can do  
> nicely.
> My 5yo grandson would be very grateful if someone can solve this  
> for me!
> Cheers Barry
>
>
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Re: Groovy Graphic Demos

Joe Lewis Wilkins
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Hi Barry,

Have you tried to merely paste the image onto a card in your stack. I  
just went through doing this with over 50 images that were copied  
from ResEdit - obviously on a Mac OSX and Classic, but it worked fine  
and the images could subsequently be filled with other colors using  
the paint bucket tool. If you haven't follow my column at:  
<www.macinstruct.com> you might check it out. The completion of the  
stack to which I'm referring takes place in today's column. You may  
want to go back and check the previous week's offering. It shows some  
of the images that were used partially painted.

Joe Wilkins

On Feb 27, 2007, at 11:48 PM, barryb@@libero..it wrote:

> Having already viewed or downloaded all these graphical marvels,  
> can any one tell me why I cannot import a simple transparent  b/w  
> outline image, in png or gif format, to a stack (Media & Studio)and  
> then floodfill a color or flip-it without it deteriating into  
> something that looks like it has been dragged through a hedge  
> backwards? The stack I am trying to develop only has to do these  
> two operations; something I find any kid's art application can do  
> nicely.
> My 5yo grandson would be very grateful if someone can solve this  
> for me!
> Cheers Barry
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------
> Passa a Infostrada. ADSL e Telefono senza limiti e senza canone  
> Telecom
> http://click.libero.it/infostrada28eb07
>
>
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