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Old 20 January 2021, 06:54   #21
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Hi. Thanks for your advice. Sadly, I still have the same problem. Although the instructions I followed worked in PP the buttons on top of the IFF image did not show their intended colours. They are still affected by the IFF image. Using different versions of AMOS gives different results but, again the IFF image still affects the bob buttons which are saved as abk.
So far this is what I have found:
Easy Amos will not do what I want graphics wise
Amos Pro does display the IFF correctly and the buttons colours are now there apart from green and white is missing.

I have tried Personal Paint and although the procedures work for that program, AMOS still doesnt give me the button colours. I even re-drew the button bobs under 32 resolution on the bob editor. Again, no change. I then tried changing the colour in the code i.e. screen open 0,320,256,16,lowres or screen open 0,320,256,32,lowres and still no change.
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For the bobs you use the same colors in the same position as the pictures? As this should work then.
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Old 20 January 2021, 16:27   #23
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For the bobs you use the same colors in the same position as the pictures? As this should work then.
When you say use the same colours in the same positions what do you mean or how can I achieve this please? In the previous instructions you mention changing the first colours to black,white,green and red which I did. But, is this the first four colours across the top of the palette or first four on the left hand side going down?

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I say it different: You just have one palette.
For your bobs you have to use the same colors.
So if you reserve in your picture color 1,2,3,4 for black, white, red, green, then you have to do the same for your bobs: same colors in the same spots.

Doesn't matter if in the beginning, middle or end of palette. It just has to be the same everywhere.

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I say it different: You just have one palette.
For your bobs you have to use the same colors.
So if you reserve in your picture color 1,2,3,4 for black, white, red, green, then you have to do the same for your bobs: same colors in the same spots.

Doesn't matter if in the beginning, middle or end of palette. It just has to be the same everywhere.
Thank you Konrad and to others who helped me. Your advice and patience is much appreciated.
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Looking good :-)
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