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Hi, I'm having trouble with FH 10 crashing when coloring a grayscale tiff? I'm on a Mac (OS 9.1). Every time I try to color the grayscale tif by clicking on the color in the swatch, it crashes with a type 1 error. This is apparently a memory problem, so I have increased the memory allocation to FH, but still the same problem. Anyone have any answers? Much appreciated, David...

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    Default Trouble with FH 10

    Hi,

    I'm having trouble with FH 10 crashing when coloring a grayscale tiff? I'm on a Mac (OS 9.1). Every time I try to color the grayscale tif by clicking on the color in the swatch, it crashes with a type 1 error. This is apparently a memory problem, so I have increased the memory allocation to FH, but still the same problem.

    Anyone have any answers?

    Much appreciated,
    David



    dabhand webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Trouble with FH 10

    Thanks for the suggestion, but that doesn't seem to be the problem. I went through the process of colouring a low res tif and the same thing happened. I have managed to get around the immediate problem by replacing the already colored tif through Objects > Links > Change. It automatically replaced the low res file with the high res copy and took on the coloring attributes without any problems. Seems strange. It is obviously some kind of memory issue, but I can't work out what it is. The tiff file is only 3 mb when uncompressed.

    David




    dabhand webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: Trouble with FH 10

    "\"dabhand\" webforumsuser"macromedia.com wrote:
    >
    > Thanks for the suggestion, but that doesn't seem to be the problem. I went through the process of colouring a low res tif and the same thing happened. I have managed to get around the immediate problem by replacing the already colored tif through Objects > Links > Change. It automatically replaced the low res file with the high res copy and took on the coloring attributes without any problems. Seems strange. It is obviously some kind of memory issue, but I can't work out what it is. The tiff file is only 3 mb when uncompressed.
    >
    Have you tried it with a non-compressed TIFF? In my experience
    compressed TIFFs can be much more trouble than the saved disk space
    is worth.

    --Odysseus
    Odysseus Guest

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