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[java] Getting PixelType from a Frame?!

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Howdy again ya'll! I hate making a buncha threads, but this is a new question! :( Sorry! I was wondering if there's a simpler way to get the PixelType in a Frame! Right now I use:
pixelType = window.getGraphicsConfiguration().createCompatibleImage(1, 1).getType();

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Here is the function that I use for loading images...
	public static void LoadImage(String Key, String Filename) {
URL url=null;
BufferedImage initial = null;
try {
url = gc.getClass().getClassLoader().getResource(Filename);
initial = ImageIO.read(url);
GraphicsConfiguration gC = Battle.Windows.MainWindow.getGraphicsConfiguration();
BufferedImage result = gC.createCompatibleImage(initial.getWidth(),initial.getHeight(), initial.getType());
Graphics2D g = result.createGraphics();
map.put(Key, result);
Log.add(gc, "Image Added: map["+Key+"]="+Filename);

} catch (Exception e) {
Log.add(gc, "Error Loading \""+Filename+"\", make sure MainWindow is init()");

Look the same [grin]

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