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Re: Bit images and Inferno



You can try the following command which we have used successfully but it
does use the old plan9 format which is not the preferred solution according
to the manual.

jpg2pic -colors 256 -map /users/inferno/lib/cmap/rgbv -plan9 %1.jpg > %1.bit


>To: All Inferno Graphics Experts
>
>I'm very interested in the properties of the .bit images used by the Mux
>demonstration application.  I'm building demo applications using the Mux as
>a template and would like to employ images created by graphical designers
>who are familiar with .gif but not .bit
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>Does anyone know how to convert from .gif to .bit -- preferably using an
>easily available package
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>Does anyone know whether the .bit images support transparent pixels a la
>gifs and backgrounds (not just background colors)
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>thanks your help is appreciated
>
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>Sensors Signals Systems  ---  "Systematic Solutions to Complex Problems"
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