Hi Eddie and all,
If SL is unable to load the colour palette files, you should try
installing it in a folder *outside* the usual 'programs'-thingy in
windows. Quite likely the hyper-nervous 'operating system' doesn't grant
file access to that folder, and all sub-folders.
Anyway, I've got a slow old PC where I installed windoze 10. I still
hate it (the "OS", not the PC) but maybe at given time, I will install
the C compiler there and try to debug it. I cannot promise anything yet,
because I am quite fed up with windows at the moment.
Wolf DL4YHF .
Am 10.03.2017 um 09:57 schrieb g3zjo:
On 10/03/2017 00:15, Markus Vester wrote:
those version and build numbers look odd to me, are you sure you've
got them right?
I should remember never to trust my memory. Correction V2.92 b02 is
the newest, I was advised to try V2.90 b20, I only had V2.90 b16
available so stepped back to that.
It was my last email late last night, excuses, excuses. I could have
checked because they are both on this Laptop also. I have considered
V2.92 b02 to be flaky on display from my first use, I mentioned it to
Stefan. I had to start afresh with all my .config files it just didn't
like my old ones.
Something not seen before but happens now on both releases on both
machines is, constant messages on start up of "can't find the Pallete"
ie Sunrise, the default. Do you see this? I wonder if it indicates
that the two versions are using different locations to store display
information. I know a lot of set up information is stored in memory.
73 Eddie G3ZJO