Palette editor

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The CDialogPalette class permit easy edition of 256 colors ramps. We can also save and load predefined ramps. The ramp editing is made using nodes, ramps are recalculated between every defined nodes. by example : for a single grey scale ramp, only the first and the last nodes are necessary (black and white), the rainbow ramp is defined using a few nodes, in fact in a few mouse events. Adaptation is possible to insert this class in applications which need ramp definition...



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  • Superb! Now i can create my autocad beater, Daub!

    Posted by Legacy on 09/10/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Rick Stones

    Superb! Now i can create my autocad beater, Daub!

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  • Thanks

    Posted by Legacy on 04/29/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Robert Frei

    Hey man, I'm fixin to get into VC++6.0 programming.  I will
    
    use your color palettes because I just want to make
    video games. I don't know Jack about c language because I'm
    a VBasic Programmer, It's a big change in language!
    Anyway, I just wanted to thank you on this & I hope I will
    learn how to make video games, It's my dream.
    Robert

    Reply
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