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My network has a problem with monochrome .bmp files. Can I save my signature as a 24 Bit color .bmp file?

After capturing a signature, my system has a problem with the monochrome .bmp image displaying. I do not have any problems with color 24 Bit images. Can the Signature Pad be configured to save the signature image as a 24 Bit color .bmp file?

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  • deminij May 10, 2010

    My best advice is to contact Datacard for a solution. You can set a line color other than Black. There may be a dependency on having capture software for this product. To contact Datacard call
    800.328.3996 you will need to provide your model and serial number to the customer care representative.

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