Re: [artworks] importing sprites

  • From: charles <charles@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: artworks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2006 02:45:44 GMT

In message <6f03128d4e.martin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
          Martin Wuerthner <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> In message <ba55018d4e.charles@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>           charles <charles@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> The pdf manual tells me I can import sprites - but they must be in a
>> format the Iyonix can display.
>> The sprite I want to see in ArtWorks 2.61 (and see in !paint quite
>> clearly on the same machine/mode) tells me in the spritepool info that
>> it is 32bppCMYK, 644 x 647, 1666716 bytes and in billions of colours.
> That sounds unlikely. Iyonix !Paint cannot display CMYK sprites. Paint
> displays it as if it was an RGB sprite.
> So, if the sprite in question really is a CMYK sprite, then ArtWorks
> displays it correctly while Paint will not.

Sprite info from !paint says it is colours "D". Without mask or 

> If you see it correctly in Paint then maybe the sprite really is a 16M
> colour RGB sprite that just happens to claim it is CMYK.
>> Dragging the sprite into !Artworks just gives me a black rectangle.
> So, maybe that is what it is?

No, it is a Leprosy Mission logo in white and two blues...

I'd happily send it to someone ....
                   (In a Spark file it's only 134,154 bytes total)

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