From: John Stone (
Date: Mon Nov 24 2003 - 21:07:12 CST

  I think the best advice at this point is just to try the new beta version
for people running 10.3, until the final VMD 1.8.2 is released. See my
previous note for the FTP location.

  John Stone

On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 07:26:44PM -0600, Robert Brunner wrote:
> Actually the workaround I just sent may or may not work... I just
> managed to lock up my computer messing around with vmdmovie. Proceed at
> you own risk.
> Robert
> On Nov 24, 2003, at 4:42 PM, Dmitry A Kondrashov wrote:
> >Hi folks,
> >I have a problem with using the vmdmovie GUI on the new version of Mac
> >OS
> >(10.3). The script seems to load fine with the following commands and
> >responses:
> >package require vmdmovie 1.0
> >1.1
> >vmd > vmdmovie
> >.movie
> >
> >The GUI window appears, but all the menus (Render, Movie Settings,
> >etc.) get stuck whenever one is open - there is no way to change
> >anything
> >or close the menu. If one chooses to render a movie with the default
> >settings (screen capture, rock and roll), it does seem to go through
> >the
> >process, but then the file(s) are not there in the directory where it
> >says... So I am lost and would much appreciate some advice. Thank you,
> >Dmitry

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