Color anomaly

Len Morgan len-morgan at crcom.net
Tue Feb 19 08:15:31 EST 2008


I'm not a Mac user, but wasn't there something about the "metal" look 
and feel on Leopard that got messed up?

len

Sakari Ruoho wrote:
> I have not changed color depth, but I think problem came about after 
> installing Leopard. All the settings should be the originals, have not 
> messed with 'em.  Should I call the lynch mob? ;)
>
> I compiled a standalone and the same problem.. could this be a Leopard 
> phenomenon?
>
> Sakari Ruoho
> Software Designer
> Academica Information Ltd
> sakari.ruoho at academica.com
>
> On Feb 19, 2008, at 2:58 AM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>
>> Sakari Ruoho wrote:
>>> Hello Jacqueline
>>> Millions
>>
>> I'm not sure what the problem is then, but it does look like a 
>> monitor issue. If you changed color depth while Rev was running, 
>> restarting Rev should help. If that isn't it, then I'm not sure. The 
>> appearance is the same as what I saw one time when I changed color 
>> depth though.
>>
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