Thanks, but I need to write the image in 24 bit mode, as the software
only reads 24-bit mode image - they are the easiest to read, so I only
There is also the possibility that I could want more than 256 colours. I
just need them to be what I want, without Gimp's interpolation.
Blue Lang wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Apr 2001, David Kirkby wrote:
> > I appreciate this is more aesthetically pleasing, but Gimp's
> > interpolating colours is causing me a problem. Is there any obvious way
> > to stop colour interpolation ?
> dialogs->pallete edit->new
> then choose only the colors you want and image->mode->index(ed) the image
> to 4 colors, and you should be rocking.
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