Ability to save and restore preferences in extensions. Many of the example extensions were updated to make use of this new capability, and now preserve settings between VIDA sessions.
Capability to customize molecule lookup and property calculation functions in the builder.
Adjustable jitter and a new coloring method for grids rendered using the “cloud” style.
Ability to disable OpenGL hardware rendering via Preferences, to circumvent issues with certain video drivers (most notably, the Intel HD Graphics drivers for Windows).
Major Bug Fixes¶
Fixed a crash that sometimes occurred when performing distance selection on proteins.
Addressed an issue which could cause bond visibilities to become corrupted.
Fixed an issue which could cause long delays entering build mode in sessions with large molecules.
Multi-conformer molecules with child molecules were not being displayed properly in the List Window. This has been fixed.
Resolved a crash that could occur during torsion measurements on Linux machines.
Fixed a problem with excessive memory consumption when surfaces were scribed and cropped multiple times.
Corrected a severe slowdown caused by an interaction of some extensions with a molecule selection dialog.
Fixed an issue which made check-ins of multiconformer molecules very slow.
Minor Bug Fixes¶
Changed the way FRED View displays binding site residues in the absence of a reference ligand.
Lasso selection in the 2D Sketcher was leaving hydrogens in the 3D window unselected. This has been corrected.
An issue preventing VIDA from reading files with capitalized or mixed-case file extensions was fixed.
A problem which caused torsion measurements on Windows platforms to be incorrectly rendered was fixed.
Fixed a bug which prevented users from being able to set surface coloring defaults.
Made performance improvements to some of the VIDA extensions.