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GWB 6.0.5 patch update now available - Windows Vista support

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[admin note 1: this post represents recovered forum content after a critical hard drive failure - it is not in it's original form]


[admin note 2: GWB 6.0.5 was the last patch update before the release of version 7]



Apr 17 2007, 11:14 AM

Dear GWB Users:


We have released GWB version 6.0.5, a maintenance release which offers the following changes:


- Adds support for MS Vista.

- Addresses all known issues with the functioning of the user interface.


This patch also includes all changes made in previous patches (6.0.1 through 6.0.4):


- Correct a problem calculating carbonate alkalinity for certain basis configurations.

- Errors plotting Durov diagrams corrected.

- Expanded, more flexible plotting of scatter data.

- Special plots account for carbonate speciation.

- New "left" and "right" commands in X1t give explicit control over boundary conditions.

- Fixed problem scaling with the system extent the rate of a kinetic redox reaction defined using the heterogeneous catalysis feature.

- Corrected problem setting high-order coefficients for the temperature extrapolation of Pitzer coefficients.

- Improvements to graphical user interface.

- Resolves all known issues with 6.0 through 6.0.4 releases.


A patch to upgrade current users of v6.0, 6.0.1, 6.02, 6.0.3 and 6.0.4 to v6.0.5 can be downloaded from the GWB updates section of the RockWare website.


Current users of GWB Essentials v5.0 and GWB Standard v5.0 can still upgrade their installations to v6.0.4 for free, also in the GWB updates section of the RockWare website.


Feel free to contact me with any questions.




Tom Meuzelaar

RockWare, Inc.

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