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SbuilderX will not compile an color matched image

SBuilderx 315 will not compile an image color matched in GIMP Metrix
exported as 24bit bmp.
SBuilderx makes a Photo01.INF and then there is nothing but the current SBuilder screen.

can someone help me with this please?


I'm fairly certain this reply may resolve the issue you are alluding to:



After editing the BMP in GIMP, Export as a Windows, non-RLE format BMP file, with NO IIC sRGB Color Space Profile Embedded:


Also, do not change the original total number of pixel Rows and/or Columns in the BMP during editing in GIMP. :pushpin:


Some additional search results:


Let us know if you require further assistance. :)

Brilliant as always GaryGB.
and thanks for the links info.

and the Run-Length Encode [RLE] box is NOT checked, eh
Bushpilot. thanks.