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Subject:Re: Screen Capture Color From:Buck & Tilly Buchanan <writer -at- WF -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 20 Aug 1997 13:40:50 -0500
> When I capture a screen on my true color monitor, it looks great.
> When I take it to a 256-color display, all my white turns a
> sickly green. Has anyone had this problem? Any suggestions?
Sounds similar, but not the same, to a problem that I had (which
eventually went away--even on the files that were originally bad).
My system took all my graphics files and "posterized" them. TIF, BMP,
GIF, didn't matter. When I displayed them on screen (PowerPoint or even
as a wallpaper BMP, they had a *number painting* look. Never knew what
I hope you will post the results of your question, and if anyone onlist
knows the reason for my experience, please post me.