Continuing my investigation into CorelDRAW palettes, this brief article describes how to write .pal files for use with CorelDRAW! 3.0.
Blog Articles and information on C# and .NET development topics
I recently picked up a copy of CorelDRAW! 3.0 from eBay. This article covers how to read text-based .PAL colour palettes created by this application.
In my previous articles on reading and writing colours from various palette/swatch formats, I left CMYK conversion as an exercise for the reader and only demonstrated RGB aspects. This article demonstrates how to convert colours in CMYK format to RGB and vice versa.
A short article on adding text to an empty ListBox control.
A short post on getting the MantisBT REST API to work successfully in Internet Information Services on Windows.
A somewhat belated post which describes how you can use sed to automatically update version information in
AssemblyInfo.cs files from a batch file.
The usual round up of the different software tools used by Cyotek over the past year.
18-bit RGB palettes are an old format used by VGA displays of yesteryear. These palettes use 6-bits for each of the red, green and blue channels and usually allowed a maximum of 256 colours from the 262,144 unique colours available. This article describes how to read and write 18-bit palette files.
A short article on using IIS URL rewriting to force insecure HTTP requests to HTTPS when behind a load balancer that is configured to terminate the secure connection, including support for excluding LetsEncrypt challenge requests.
A short article on installing the optional URL Rewrite module into Internet Information services.