Dave Selby <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Convert to "indexed" format (Image->Mode->Indexed) and try again...
> OK tried it, saved it as test.GIF, no go, test.gif no go.
> I generated a simple image, blank canvas, red circle, indexed it, saved as
> .GIF, .gif no go
This is what I did to test my answer before I sent it:
Open the Gimp.
Create a new image (File->New), accepting defaults.
Right-click in image, select File->SaveAs. Note that GIF is greyed out. Cancel.
Right-click in image, select Image->Mode->Indexed, accept defaults, OK.
Right-click in image, select File->SaveAs.
Click on "Determine File Type" button, select GIF, save file accepting defaults.
If it doesn't work for you, I have no idea what the problem is :-(
> Im concerned because in my determine file type, the part I can see ! I have
> ...FLI GBR GIH GLCON HRZ...
> ie no GIF, not even hazed out ...
That's odd. I see it when the image isn't indexed, but greyed out. It's between GBR
and GIH, as you'd expect. What version of the GIMP are you using? I dimly recall that
GIF isn't wasn't in all of them because of the Unisys idiocy a few years back... but I
could be completely mistaken on that. If you built it yourself, it may be a missed
compile-time option too, I guess.
Karl Auer ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) +41-43-2660706 (h)
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