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Old 04-23-2007, 10:40 PM   #1
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Why doex Xorg include 32 bit graphics definition?

Hey All,
I am curious. I KNOW there is no such thing as 32-bit color. 24 is the highest right? So why is it that in all xorg.conf files that I have seen they have a 32 bit definition? Yes I know kinda off the wall. Just a quick thought.

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It's an alpha channel:
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That was quick! Thank you for answering my question.



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