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How can I display large colour images on the Palm using J2ME??
I looked into the CLDC API & found only the Bitmap class that displays monochrome images.
Kamakshi
 
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Originally posted by Kamakshi Mahadevan:
How can I display large colour images on the Palm using J2ME??
I looked into the CLDC API & found only the Bitmap class that displays monochrome images.
Kamakshi


the AWT of KWM don't have any support for colour images..
there is one colourKVM down load available at http://www.trantor.de/kawt/ u will come to know ...
i am also trying with the same..
cheers!
-Ajju
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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