I still have this problem:
session saved in 1.6 with a black background; opens in 1.5 (and earlier) with a red background

Many of my collaborators use old versions of pymol, frequently installed onto their machines when they were bought X years ago, and this essentially makes it so I cannot use pymol 1.6 as I cannot share sessions with them (at least not without getting weird e-mails asking why I have a sudden affinity for the color red).


On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 7:37 AM, Thomas Holder <thomas.holder@schrodinger.com> wrote:
This is fixed in SVN rev 4032.


Thomas Holder wrote, On 06/15/13 10:45:
> Hi Rob,
> this has not been fixed yet, I'm really sorry. We'll look into this
> ASAP. It only affects the open-source code, apparently we missed
> something when syncing with the incentive codebase.
> Cheers,
>   Thomas
> On Jun 14, 2013, at 9:23 PM, Robert Campbell <robert.campbell@queensu.ca> wrote:
>> Hello Thomas and David,
>> Was there any resolution of this?  I've just compiled the latest version
>> from SVN and I have the same problem opening files created under version
>> 1.5.0.  This is on Debian testing (32-bit).
>> Cheers,
>> Rob
>> On Fri, 2013-04-26 19:15  EDT,  David Hall <lists@cowsandmilk.net>
>> wrote:
>>> Hi Thomas,
>>> I'm running into issues with color compatibility between 1.6 and
>>> earlier versions when opening pses
>>> (a) when I open any 1.5 pse in 1.6, I see a bunch of errors like:
>>> Setting-Error: type read mismatch (color) 6
>>> Setting-Error: type read mismatch (color) 663
>>> Setting-Error: type read mismatch (color) 664
>>> (b) background color disparity:
>>> saved in 1.5 with black background; opens in 1.6 with a white background
>>> saved in 1.6 with a blackground; opens in 1.5 (and earlier) with a red
>>> background
>>> These are run on openSUSE 12.3 with SVN rev 4028 . On a side note,
>>> others who would like to beta test can use devel:languages:python repo
>>> in openSUSE:
>>> https://build.opensuse.org/package/show?package=pymol&project=devel%3Alanguages%3Apython
>>> -David

Thomas Holder
PyMOL Developer
Schrödinger Contractor

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