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Hi. I've been experimenting with changing the colors of Windows programs (specifically Flash 8). I've found the offsets of the colors for all the kinds of frames in the timeline: https://i.imgur.com/2HSefnN.png
. Since then, I've been interested in the next step: disabling the dithering on the frames. The dithering makes the colors washed out in comparison to having solid colors: https://i.imgur.com/8hqwucy.png
. So I've been wondering if there is a debug feature of wine which allows the temporary suppression of such calls in a similar fashion to using WINEDEBUG?
Oh, and here are the offsets:
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Shape tween frame color offset (in Flash.exe): 6C5762-6C5764 Default value is CCFFCC
Motion tween frame color offset (in Flash.exe): 6C5758-6C575A Default value is CCCCFF
Static frame color offset (in Flash.exe): 6C574E-6C5750 Default value is CCCCCC
Blank frame color offset (in Flash.exe): 6C5722-6C5724 Default value is FFFFFF
Sound in frame color offset (in Flash.exe): 6CC5F9-6CC5FB Default value is 000080