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Base64 FileType (2018-01-10)

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Hmmm... plugin may have a bug in it...

 

The bug was that the Load method would remove the second = that is used in base 64 padding, fixed in 1.0.0.5.

 

IsReflexive would not be appropriate for a FileType that saves indexed color images without user interaction, it should only be used for FileTypes that are lossless.

 

Determines if saving with a given SaveConfigToken would alter the image in any way.

Put another way, if the document is saved with these settings and then immediately loaded, would it have exactly the same pixel values?

Any lossy codec should return 'false'.

This value is used to optimizing preview rendering memory usage, and as such flattening should not be taken in to consideration.

For example, the codec for PNG returns true, even though it flattens the image.

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I didn't have a problem with loading (since I was loading png icon files). As it turns out, I was able to save all but 1 file. I'll try again in about 2 hours when I get home and post the png file if it still won't save.

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I'm not sure if it was upgrading to 1.0.0.5 or trying to save it on a different machine... But, it worked that time!

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That bug is now fixed.

Verified. Nice job!

BTW, I love the quote in your signature. :)

My daughter is in a college C++ course right now and I'm helping her with her homework. I had forgotten what a PITA C++ was... Ugh!

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