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more than one bitmap in a grid cell

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Is it possible to show more than one (up to 3) bitmap in one grid cell ?

 

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Re: more than one bitmap in a grid cell

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Sorry - the runtime stores the bitmap number as a single value, so setting this multiple times will only keep the last value set (per cell).

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Re: more than one bitmap in a grid cell

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Take  look at the gtanima.bmp  - This is a single bitmap but contains multiple views of an image. In a sense you could stack up multiple image into a single bitmap file. 

It is not possible to have 3 bitmap files (or gifs)  assigned to the grid cell.

 

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Re: more than one bitmap in a grid cell

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Thanks, but I think I wasn't specific enough.

We have a bitmap strip with a lot of bitmaps and want to show several bitmaps side-by-side in one grid cell.

In one cell bitmap number 1 and 15, in another cell number 3, 27 and 12.

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Re: more than one bitmap in a grid cell

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Sorry - the runtime stores the bitmap number as a single value, so setting this multiple times will only keep the last value set (per cell).

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