>From David Neary on Friday, 2003-12-19 at 21:51:58 +0100:
> Conrad Newton wrote:
> > According to a "colorcube analysis", my red-and-black 
> > image consists of 100 or more colors.  I thought there
> > were only two colors (does black even count as a color?),
> > but clearly I was naive.
> The borders between the red & black areas are probably
> antialiased, giving several colors in between for a smooth
> transition. You might see this if you zoom in on an edge.

Is it possible to turn off the anti-aliasing?  How?

The reason I ask is that I need to make an image that
is rather small (<30kB) as a boot image for a knoppix CD.

What tricks can I use to make the image as small as possible?

Thanks for the useful tips.


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