On Tue, 2009-08-11 at 11:54 -0700, Ben Dunlap wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 11:52 AM, Ben Dunlap
> <bdun...@agentintellect.com> wrote:
>                 @Adam
>                 The headers_sent() wasa  test to ensure that no other
>                 data was creeping
>                 into the headers before I wanted it to. Keeping it in
>                 does no harm, as
>                 it is basically saying, if there are no headers that
>                 have been sent,
>                 send the correct ones for the image.
>         But if there are headers that have been sent, it sounds like
>         they would not have been the correct ones. Which I think would
>         cause exactly the problem you're describing.
>         Ben
> Oops, looked back at your earlier post and it sounds like you only
> send the image inside the "if(!headers_sent())" block. Never mind, pls
> disregard my earlier noise.
> Ben

Well, this will teach me to pay more attention. Turns out, I was
attempting to output the image before the headers! It was a red herring
that the image was displaying correctly when  the drawing commands were
all inside of the image area. It's probably more of a feature of Fx to
try and recognise the content it's been sent if it can?


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