Magick++ and Rotating

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Post by magick » 2006-03-07T11:10:34-07:00

When you rotate the image other than 90 degrees you are introducing transparency which caused the image to saved slightly differently. You may want to force a compliant BMP image by saving with a bmp3 prefix. For example, use the filename `bmp3:image.bmp'. The prefix forces the BMP image to be a type that your BitBlt() method may be more ameniable to.

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