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What causes this message to occur?
It happens intermittently (infrequently) at spurious points within our applications and cannot be repeated!!
We do have an on key label leftmouse routine to control double mouse clicks. Could this be causing code to action when the appropriate window doesn't yet exist or has just disappeared?

RE: Picture too big or corrupt

I find it with those 'nasty' situations where a specific resolution has been hard coded into the code. I can usually rectify it by 'turning down the screen resolution' and 'decreasing the number of available colors'.

RE: Picture too big or corrupt

If you are using Foxpro for Windows 2.5:
> Check the no. of colors in the bmp ( should'nt be 16 m)
> The size of the bmp also gives problems some times
> try clearing the screen or window before displaying the bmp. I was getting similar problem. But by this simple method, the problem was solved !

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