Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL


Nov 30, 2002

 


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#4857 Nov 30, 2002

Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z) computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like the host laptop?



Dan





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#4858 Nov 30, 2002

Normally, the setting that has the greatest impact is number of screen

colors, but you say you've tried that. Can you post a screen capture image

so we can see what you see? I doubt this has anything at all to do with

MaxIm DL, since the images are fine on t he host laptop. Perhaps looking at

the problem will suggest a solution.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:23 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop

Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z)

computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've

tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like the

host laptop?



Dan





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#4859 Nov 30, 2002

Dan Ford wrote: > Doug or anyone that can help:

>

> I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging. My host laptop is a Gateway

> 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two

> are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0. All of the functions operate ok,

> however images on the remote (5900z) computer look distorted making it next

> to impossible for focusing. I've tried different resolutions and color

> settings without success. Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote

> display to operate like the host laptop?



I don't have PC Anywhere, so I can't help you on this one. Maybe one of the

other users can.



I've had good sucess with VNC, which is freeware.



www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/download.html



Doug



---------------



Doug George

dgeorge@...



Diffraction Limited

Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

www.cyanogen.com



100 Craig Henry Drive, Unit 106,

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3



Phone: (613) 225-2732

Fax: (613) 225-9688



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#4860 Nov 30, 2002

I use Pcanywhere V.10 remotely and control MaxDL and thesky and CCDsoft... I have 17" flat screens in my office and observatory. I made sure my screen Res. matched with both flat screens at 1024x768. The color setting in PCA is 65536 colors. I have another hub in the observatory so I can connect my laptop for the autoguider remotely also. I tried Radmin and it was faster but it would not update TheSky screen properly (remotely). I have not tried VNC.



Ken ----- Original Message -----

From: Douglas B. George

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 3:11 PM

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Dan Ford wrote:

> Doug or anyone that can help:

>

> I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging. My host laptop is a Gateway

> 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two

> are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0. All of the functions operate ok,

> however images on the remote (5900z) computer look distorted making it next

> to impossible for focusing. I've tried different resolutions and color

> settings without success. Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote

> display to operate like the host laptop?



I don't have PC Anywhere, so I can't help you on this one. Maybe one of the

other users can.



I've had good sucess with VNC, which is freeware.



www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/download.html



Doug



---------------



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dgeorge@...



Diffraction Limited

Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

www.cyanogen.com



100 Craig Henry Drive, Unit 106,

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3



Phone: (613) 225-2732

Fax: (613) 225-9688



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#4861 Nov 30, 2002

Ron & Ken,



I've played around with the screen stretch settings in Maxim and that has improved the images somewhat. Once I locate some screen capture software, I'll post what I have.



Thanks,



Dan ----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 1:25 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Normally, the setting that has the greatest impact is number of screen

colors, but you say you've tried that. Can you post a screen capture image

so we can see what you see? I doubt this has anything at all to do with

MaxIm DL, since the images are fine on t he host laptop. Perhaps looking at

the problem will suggest a solution.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:23 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop

Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z)

computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've

tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like the

host laptop?



Dan





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#4862 Nov 30, 2002

Dan Ford wrote:

> Once I locate some screen capture software, I'll post what I have.



SHIFT-PrintScreen copies the screen to the Windows clipboard.



Doug



---------------



Doug George

dgeorge@...



Diffraction Limited

Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

www.cyanogen.com



100 Craig Henry Drive, Unit 106,

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3



Phone: (613) 225-2732

Fax: (613) 225-9688



---------------



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#4864 Nov 30, 2002

You can capture the screen with the Print Screen key. You can just press

that key to put a copy of the whole screen on the clipboard, and then paste

it into any image editing program (including MaxIm DL). Or you can hold down

the Alt key while you press the Print Screen key, and only the current

active window should get copied to the clipboard.



Save the pasted image as a JPG, and then you can attach it to your email.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 4:27 PM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Ron & Ken,



I've played around with the screen stretch settings in Maxim and that has

improved the images somewhat. Once I locate some screen capture software,

I'll post what I have.



Thanks,



Dan ----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 1:25 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Normally, the setting that has the greatest impact is number of screen

colors, but you say you've tried that. Can you post a screen capture image

so we can see what you see? I doubt this has anything at all to do with

MaxIm DL, since the images are fine on t he host laptop. Perhaps looking

at

the problem will suggest a solution.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:23 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop

Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z)

computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've

tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like

the

host laptop?



Dan





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#4865 Nov 30, 2002

Thanks Ron,



I've placed the screen capture image (titled - Display Screen Capture) in the files section. The best I can describe it, it gives the appearance of the old EGA display.



Dan ----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:20 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





You can capture the screen with the Print Screen key. You can just press

that key to put a copy of the whole screen on the clipboard, and then paste

it into any image editing program (including MaxIm DL). Or you can hold down

the Alt key while you press the Print Screen key, and only the current

active window should get copied to the clipboard.



Save the pasted image as a JPG, and then you can attach it to your email.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 4:27 PM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Ron & Ken,



I've played around with the screen stretch settings in Maxim and that has

improved the images somewhat. Once I locate some screen capture software,

I'll post what I have.



Thanks,



Dan

----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 1:25 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Normally, the setting that has the greatest impact is number of screen

colors, but you say you've tried that. Can you post a screen capture image

so we can see what you see? I doubt this has anything at all to do with

MaxIm DL, since the images are fine on t he host laptop. Perhaps looking

at

the problem will suggest a solution.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:23 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop

Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z)

computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've

tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like

the

host laptop?



Dan





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#4869 Dec 1, 2002

Doug or anyone that can help:

>

> I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

> My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer

> is a desktop Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected

> using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

> All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote

> (5900z) computer look distorted making it next to impossible

> for focusing. I've tried different resolutions and color

> settings without success.

> Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to

> operate like the host laptop?

>

> Dan

What you are descibing, should work.

Looking at the picture you have now posted, it definately appears to have a

restricted colour palette.

You need to find out what is causing this, by trying different combinations.

Start by getting an image with a lot of colours, and opening it seperately

on both systems, rather than through PC-Anywhere. If this displays OK, then

I'd suspect there is an option in PC-Anywhere to restrict the colour palette

to improve speed (I seem to remember this existing on some versions). If it

still displays the problem, then look again at your video card colour depth

options. I happily run with 24bit colour depth on two systems setup this

way, without issues. Ideally get the colour depth on both systems to be the

same, or that on the server system to be below that on the client. If the

client has a lower colour depth than the server, the software will have to

remap the server image 'down' to that of the local display. Even if the

colour depth is adequate when dealing with local images, this could result

in some distortion.



Best Wishes







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#4870 Dec 1, 2002

Switch PCA to 65536 colors on both ends.



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#4871 Dec 1, 2002

Roger,



Thanks for the suggestions. I'll check them out.



Dan

----- Original Message -----

From: "Roger Hamlett" ttelmah@...>

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com>

Sent: Sunday, December 01, 2002 7:57 AM

Subject: [MaxImDL] Re: Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





> > Doug or anyone that can help:

> >

> > I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

> > My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer

> > is a desktop Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected

> > using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

> > All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote

> > (5900z) computer look distorted making it next to impossible

> > for focusing. I've tried different resolutions and color

> > settings without success.

> > Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to

> > operate like the host laptop?

> >

> > Dan

> What you are descibing, should work.

> Looking at the picture you have now posted, it definately appears to have

a

> restricted colour palette.

> You need to find out what is causing this, by trying different

combinations.

> Start by getting an image with a lot of colours, and opening it seperately

> on both systems, rather than through PC-Anywhere. If this displays OK,

then

> I'd suspect there is an option in PC-Anywhere to restrict the colour

palette

> to improve speed (I seem to remember this existing on some versions). If

it

> still displays the problem, then look again at your video card colour

depth

> options. I happily run with 24bit colour depth on two systems setup this

> way, without issues. Ideally get the colour depth on both systems to be

the

> same, or that on the server system to be below that on the client. If the

> client has a lower colour depth than the server, the software will have to

> remap the server image 'down' to that of the local display. Even if the

> colour depth is adequate when dealing with local images, this could result

> in some distortion.

>

> Best Wishes

>

>

>

> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:

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>

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#4872 Dec 1, 2002

Bob,



Are you referring to a High Color setting (16 bit)? The only Color Pallets that I have listed are 256, High and True. Both displays are currently set to True Color.



Thanks,



Dan

----- Original Message -----

From: Bob Denny

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Sunday, December 01, 2002 8:43 AM

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Switch PCA to 65536 colors on both ends.





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#4875 Dec 1, 2002

Definitely looks like a restricted palette.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 8:02 PM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Thanks Ron,



I've placed the screen capture image (titled - Display Screen Capture) in

the files section. The best I can describe it, it gives the appearance of

the old EGA display.



Dan ----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:20 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





You can capture the screen with the Print Screen key. You can just press

that key to put a copy of the whole screen on the clipboard, and then

paste

it into any image editing program (including MaxIm DL). Or you can hold

down

the Alt key while you press the Print Screen key, and only the current

active window should get copied to the clipboard.



Save the pasted image as a JPG, and then you can attach it to your email.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 4:27 PM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Ron & Ken,



I've played around with the screen stretch settings in Maxim and that has

improved the images somewhat. Once I locate some screen capture software,

I'll post what I have.



Thanks,



Dan

----- Original Message -----

From: Ron Wodaski

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 1:25 PM

Subject: RE: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Normally, the setting that has the greatest impact is number of screen

colors, but you say you've tried that. Can you post a screen capture

image

so we can see what you see? I doubt this has anything at all to do with

MaxIm DL, since the images are fine on t he host laptop. Perhaps looking

at

the problem will suggest a solution.



Ron Wodaski

author of The New CCD Astronomy

www.newastro.com





-----Original Message-----

From: Dan Ford [mailto:danford5@...]

Sent: Saturday, November 30, 2002 10:23 AM

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Doug or anyone that can help:



I am using Maxim DL/CCD for remote imaging.

My host laptop is a Gateway 400mhz and the remote computer is a desktop

Compaq Presario 5900Z. The two are connected using PC Anywhere 9.0.0.

All of the functions operate ok, however images on the remote (5900z)

computer look distorted making it next to impossible for focusing. I've

tried different resolutions and color settings without success.

Any idea of what can be done to allow the remote display to operate like

the

host laptop?



Dan





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#4884 Dec 2, 2002

Just noticed that there is a new version of vncviewer

dated Nov 7 2002. Installed it this morning on my redhat

and win98 machines without any trouble.



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#4885 Dec 2, 2002

Dan Ford: > Are you referring to a High Color setting (16 bit)? The only Color

> Pallets that I have listed are 256, High and True. Both displays

> are currently set to True Color.



Yes that's what I mean. The displays themselves may be set for true

color, but there's a setting in PCA to limit colors (and thus

bandwidth) -- at least to the best of my knowledge, I don't run it

here. Look in PCA for "nnn colors" or "palette" or something like that.



-- Bob



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#4886 Dec 2, 2002

Dan,

This might help. I'm running PCAW 9.2.0 and it works.



Launch PCAW

Then Look at the menu under Tools/Application Options

Now select the 'Remote Operation' tab on the dialog this brings up.

Make sure 'Color Scale' is set to 16777216 colors.



Landrum



On Mon, 02 Dec 2002 06:14:11 -0700

Bob Denny rdenny@...> wrote:

> Dan Ford:

> > Are you referring to a High Color setting (16 bit)? The only Color

> > Pallets that I have listed are 256, High and True. Both displays

> > are currently set to True Color.

>

> Yes that's what I mean. The displays themselves may be set for true

> color, but there's a setting in PCA to limit colors (and thus

> bandwidth) -- at least to the best of my knowledge, I don't run it

> here. Look in PCA for "nnn colors" or "palette" or something like that.

>

> -- Bob

>

>

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#4888 Dec 2, 2002

And Alt-PrintSCreen copies only the active window (or the window with the poiter over it -- I forget which) to the clipboard.

"Douglas B. George" dgeorge@...> wrote:Dan Ford wrote:

> Once I locate some screen capture software, I'll post what I have.



SHIFT-PrintScreen copies the screen to the Windows clipboard.



Doug



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Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

www.cyanogen.com



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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3



Phone: (613) 225-2732

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#4889 Dec 2, 2002

When you get a chance, please report on your impression of

any changes. Performance, features, etc.



Thanks much for the heads up.



Jon B

> -----Original Message-----

> Just noticed that there is a new version of vncviewer

> dated Nov 7 2002. Installed it this morning on my redhat

> and win98 machines without any trouble.



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#4901 Dec 3, 2002

Another option is something called TightVNC (a re-worked version of

the original VNC put out by AT&T labs).



It's basically a faster version (still freeware) with other

compression and speed options. I used to use the original VNC, but

the speed improvement and color rendition improvement in TightVNC is

phenomenal.



www.tightvnc.com/





Mike Gerszewski

Univ. of North Dakota

Space Studies



> I don't have PC Anywhere, so I can't help you on this one. Maybe

one of the > other users can.

>

> I've had good sucess with VNC, which is freeware.

>

> www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/download.html

>

> Doug

>

---------------

>

> Doug George

> dgeorge@c...

>

> Diffraction Limited

> Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

> www.cyanogen.com

>

> 100 Craig Henry Drive, Unit 106,

> Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3

>

> Phone: (613) 225-2732

> Fax: (613) 225-9688

>

---------------



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#4902 Dec 3, 2002

Thanks Mike,

have you compared it to PC Anywhere as I am using that ? guess I can't hurt to have 2 types of remote programs on the same system?



Ken ----- Original Message -----

From: mgerszew_2000

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 7:23 AM

Subject: [MaxImDL] Re: Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Another option is something called TightVNC (a re-worked version of

the original VNC put out by AT&T labs).



It's basically a faster version (still freeware) with other

compression and speed options. I used to use the original VNC, but

the speed improvement and color rendition improvement in TightVNC is

phenomenal.



www.tightvnc.com/





Mike Gerszewski

Univ. of North Dakota

Space Studies





> I don't have PC Anywhere, so I can't help you on this one. Maybe

one of the

> other users can.

>

> I've had good sucess with VNC, which is freeware.

>

> www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/download.html

>

> Doug

>

---------------

>

> Doug George

> dgeorge@c...

>

> Diffraction Limited

> Makers of Cyanogen Imaging Products

> www.cyanogen.com

>

> 100 Craig Henry Drive, Unit 106,

> Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 5W3

>

> Phone: (613) 225-2732

> Fax: (613) 225-9688

>

---------------





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#4915 Dec 4, 2002

Thanks Landrum & Bob,



It was set to 256, so hopefully that was the problem. We're in the midst of our fist winter ice storm here in Atlanta, so I may get to try it out in a few days.



Dan ----- Original Message -----

From: Landrum Haddix

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 8:28 AM

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





Dan,

This might help. I'm running PCAW 9.2.0 and it works.



Launch PCAW

Then Look at the menu under Tools/Application Options

Now select the 'Remote Operation' tab on the dialog this brings up.

Make sure 'Color Scale' is set to 16777216 colors.



Landrum



On Mon, 02 Dec 2002 06:14:11 -0700

Bob Denny rdenny@...> wrote:



> Dan Ford:

> > Are you referring to a High Color setting (16 bit)? The only Color

> > Pallets that I have listed are 256, High and True. Both displays

> > are currently set to True Color.

>

> Yes that's what I mean. The displays themselves may be set for true

> color, but there's a setting in PCA to limit colors (and thus

> bandwidth) -- at least to the best of my knowledge, I don't run it

> here. Look in PCA for "nnn colors" or "palette" or something like that.

>

> -- Bob

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#4917 Dec 5, 2002

Hi Guys,



I happened to stumble upon the fact the support for a color pallete greater

than 256 came out with verison 9 of PCA.



Marty

----- Original Message -----

From: "Dan Ford" danford5@...>

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com>

Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 8:45 PM

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL





> Thanks Landrum & Bob,

>

> It was set to 256, so hopefully that was the problem. We're in the midst

of our fist winter ice storm here in Atlanta, so I may get to try it out in

a few days.

>

> Dan

> ----- Original Message -----

> From: Landrum Haddix

> To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com

> Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 8:28 AM

> Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Remote Imaging with Maxim DL

>

>

> Dan,

> This might help. I'm running PCAW 9.2.0 and it works.

>

> Launch PCAW

> Then Look at the menu under Tools/Application Options

> Now select the 'Remote Operation' tab on the dialog this brings up.

> Make sure 'Color Scale' is set to 16777216 colors.

>

> Landrum

>

> On Mon, 02 Dec 2002 06:14:11 -0700

> Bob Denny rdenny@...> wrote:

>

> > Dan Ford:

> > > Are you referring to a High Color setting (16 bit)? The only Color

> > > Pallets that I have listed are 256, High and True. Both displays

> > > are currently set to True Color.

> >

> > Yes that's what I mean. The displays themselves may be set for true

> > color, but there's a setting in PCA to limit colors (and thus

> > bandwidth) -- at least to the best of my knowledge, I don't run it

> > here. Look in PCA for "nnn colors" or "palette" or something like

that.

> >

> > -- Bob

> >

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