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Old 04-29-2012, 01:37 AM   #14
jmseight
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Hi Geekmaster,

Thanks for the explanation about tcc.

I have a couple of questions:

1) I understand that I can compile in the Kindle with gcc with Debian and OptWare. Debian istaking up 500MB in my Kindle and I am seriously thinking about deleting. I am sure I don't want to take another 250MB for OptWare. Is there a more resource efficient way.

2) Would you please explain why you would want to dither 256 colors to 16 colors?

3) Since most non-e-book programs are written with 24-bit colors, I have been converting 24-bit color to 8-bit color, then from 8-bit to 2-bit by dithering. Maybe there is a quick way to combine the dithering with grayscaling in one operation...

4) Motion streogram will be an excellent demo on the Kindle. My classmate made a 3D rotating cube and hypercube on the computer display, and it made quite a impression.

Thanks,
James
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