From: John Stone (
Date: Wed Mar 24 2010 - 11:01:16 CDT

If someone can send me an example file that causes the problem
on Windows, I can debug the code and see what is wrong.

  John Stone

On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 04:19:33PM +0100, Olaf Lenz wrote:
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> Hi!
> On 03/24/2010 11:31 AM, Marek Maly wrote:
> > I encountered a problem regarding visualisation of .VTF trajectory files
> > (which are produced by Espresso simul. software)
> > using VMD (v.1.8.7) under Windows XP (32 bit). Whenever I try to
> > visualise given .VTF file on my Win Office machine
> > I obtain immediate VMD crash refering to
> > Did anybody encountered the same problem ? Is there any solution
> > available ? Does anybody know about another free software which is
> > possible to use under Windows (without any problems) for visualisation
> > of .VTF files ?
> The only problem I know of occured in an older version and had to do
> with the windows line endings. However, I though that I had fixed that
> problem for VMD 1.8.7.
> I have never used VMD on Windows, so I cannot say much more on that. I
> thought that the vtfplugin-code is generic enough code to run also on
> Windows.
> If you are able to debug the code, I would be happy to hear of it, but
> otherwise I cannot test anything as I have no development Windows
> machine anywhere.
> Olaf
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