[Bug 2526] New: BADCOLORSPEC fatal error in 200410 (didn't happen in 20040914)
wine-bugs at winehq.org
Thu Oct 21 15:53:47 CDT 2004
Summary: BADCOLORSPEC fatal error in 200410 (didn't happen in
AssignedTo: wine-bugs at winehq.org
ReportedBy: jdoutt at whoi.edu
CC: jdoutt at whoi.edu
> : There is a wonderful FREE little windows program called wxtide32 which :
displays a graph of the current (and past and future) tide anywhere in : the world.
> : It is working ALMOST perfectly.
It WAS working almost perfectly. A new, more serious problem is that in
Wine20041019, if one saves the configuration file and exits the program, the
next time the program is run the following message is reported and wxtide32
aborts (this did NOT happen in the 20040914 version of WINE).
[jdoutt at localhost wxtide32]$ wine wxtide32
Tidelib Fatal Error: BADCOLORSPEC
One of your specified colors is not understood. This may be because it is
not in rgb.txt, or because you used the wrong syntax. In PPM mode, colors
must be specified as rgb:hh/hh/hh, where hh is a 2-digit hexadecimal number.
Other formats are possible under X; type 'man X' for an explanation of them.
[jdoutt at localhost wxtide32]$
> : The minor problem is that, when one presses and holds the left mouse :
button a box comes up displaying text information about that particular : time.
When run under WINE 20040914 the box comes up, VERY quickly : flashes the text
info, and then turns blank. The box disappears (as itb should) when the left
button is released.
> Could you please recheck with the current wine release. If the error
> persists, open up a bug report in the bug database and leave a pointer where
> to download the program.
Still gives the same problem in WINE 20041019. I'll TRY the bug database again
(I tried using it awhile ago & made many mistakes). The WEB address for
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