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Post is unread #1 Jul 1, 2003, 12:55 pm
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I have PSP4, and seem to recall something about being able to edit the map graphics in it. I have original graphics I have been creating for my maps, but if I try to open up a RAW file, I just get a strange swirl of black, red, and green. Is it possible to see them 'normal' again after converting to RAW, or do I just have to always use the other files?
       
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The doc file called RGB.txt should explain the process of how to convert from bmp to raw and back. It's somewhat of an annoying way to have to do it. Now.... if someone were to figure out how to get the code to read and write bmp or png files directly....
       
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