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Date: Fri, 25 Mar 1994 10:09:51 -0500
From: Scott Musman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Ooh, that's a good one. The short answer is: you can't. The problem
>is that CLIM is magically doing you a performance favor, in that it
>caches decoded inks (including patterns) so that you can redraw using
>the same ink quickly.
Along a similar topic... The other reasonably common thing to
want to do to displayed images is to alter their associated colormap
to adjust image contrast or something more application specific. It
would be nice if there was some level of CLIM's layered protocal which
would allow you to do this type of thing without having to bypass CLIM
completely and interact directly with the native window system.
Allegro CLIM has "layered" and "dynamic" colors, that do exactly this.
Sometime LispWorks CLIM will have this as well.
Genera CLIM is obviously not going to change much any more...
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- From: Scott Musman <email@example.com>
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