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Is there a reason why the colors are not correct in wine? Basically, in Orient Express, which is software that allows me to run Laue simulations (x-ray diffraction), the simulated ...
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    Wrong colors in wine


    Is there a reason why the colors are not correct in wine? Basically, in Orient Express, which is software that allows me to run Laue simulations (x-ray diffraction), the simulated Laue spots should be red. They show up as black. This makes them hard to spot when they are superimposed on the actual diffraction pattern. Is there a way I can change this?

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    You should probably post this on the winehq forums: WineHQ - Run Windows applications on Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS X
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    Thank you, will do.

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