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The Icon Bar: Programming: Tinct
 
  Tinct
  MrTAToad (20:46 14/2/2013)
  nunfetishist (21:01 14/2/2013)
    MrTAToad (22:49 14/2/2013)
 
Nicholas Kingsley Message #121909, posted by MrTAToad at 20:46, 14/2/2013
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Does anyone have any example code for using Tinct ? By the sound of it, sprites need to be loaded with the usual OS_SpriteOp and then Tinct needs to be called to convert them...
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Rob Kendrick Message #121910, posted by nunfetishist at 21:01, 14/2/2013, in reply to message #121909
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Does anyone have any example code for using Tinct ? By the sound of it, sprites need to be loaded with the usual OS_SpriteOp and then Tinct needs to be called to convert them...
Try looking at the NetSurf source code. Although we're trying to move away from Tinct because the source isn't available and it doesn't work correctly on some modern machines.
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Nicholas Kingsley Message #121913, posted by MrTAToad at 22:49, 14/2/2013, in reply to message #121910
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Ah right - if it doesn't work correctly on modern machines then I may give it a miss then...
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