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24 or 32 bit Color Depth 12 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 0
I read the docs & faq and it says it does not work with color depths higher than 16 Bit on the Win2000 version but does not mention the 2003 version.

I need 24 bit or higher otherwise the required published applications report <24 bits and quits. We do need 24 bit as these are medical X-Rays & Images and we would violate the FDA Approval - even if 16 bit worked at all..

It works fine with Windows Terminal Services - at least it does not error..

Is it possible on Win2003 Server - (it seems not as I get the same error message)?

If it does not then we will have to cease our use of Graphon.
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#810
Re: 24 or 32 bit Color Depth 12 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 6
Johnny,

The application itself has to be 32-bit and the client (desktop) display setting can be as high 32-bit. The default session setting is to use 16-bit color depth but it can be increased to a maximum of 24bpp.

Thanks,

-Erik
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How to obtain 24 bit color depth ? 12 Years, 3 Months ago  
The above message states that it can be done,
unfortunately its not very clear how;
I can't find a setting in the client or server
options to enable 24bit.
What's the trick ?

Thanks for any help
Tim Day
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(just checking out eval on Win2003Server with Win2K & XP clients).
eval

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#948
Re: 24 or 32 bit Color Depth 12 Years, 3 Months ago  
Aha: the trick is to run the client with an extra command line option
-mx 24


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