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RE: Re: TortoiseIDiff

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2006-05-24 08:25:29 CEST

Btw, the nightly seems to be down, so no testing of the new stuff yet. :-(
(Quickly solved! I browsed the source briefly yesterday but could not find a way to switch interpolation method to nearest neighbour. Wasn't that difficult I see now...)
>> - Border around images to show their boundaries is maybe ugly but very
>> usable to visualize the dimensions of the images
> What color should the border have?
I vote for a one pixel black border. This is the way it looks in Photoshop and it seems to work good there. :-)
Maybe setting the background color of the window to a neutral gray-shade would help even more to separate most images from the window itself, but I guess this is mostly personal preference.

>> - X00kb only for .png-support sounds like a pretty bad deal to me, maybe
>> we should look at other image libraries than the M$ ones? Suggestions?
> Well, we *could* not include gdiplus in our installer, but then win2k
> users would have to download and install that one separately. And it's
> not just for png - tiff are handled by gdiplus too.
I was more thinking along the lines of using some other image library altogether. But when I think about it that may well be something that is best left as an exercise for the reader...

>> Nice that it's compilable for everyone! I would contribute if I wasn't
>> so short on time right now....
> A new excuse! Before I always heard 'I don't have VS2005'. Now it's
> 'time'. Ok, ok, I get it :)
Oh, didn't I mention that I got access to VS2005 a couple of months ago? Unfortunately I have not got the time to get a proper TSVN build working.... :-(
It's obviously on my TODO-list however.
Received on Wed May 24 08:25:37 2006

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