simplesi wrote:Stage isn't white - its a subtle shade of pink:)
Urk. Well I was about to say "nonsense! your monitor needs calibrating!" but it seems to be more subtle than that. Scratch is indeed displaying white correctly in its own terms; the pixels have value 0xFFFFFFFF as they should.
However, somewhere there is definitely some translation going on. Put nuScratch next to old scratch and the stage definitely looks non-white. It happens on my iMac too  though perhaps less of a difference. I need some app for Pi that will read the actual pixel value on screen under the pointer, or similar. Any ideas?
 edit later - actually not. It *looks* like it but a loupe app shows identical RGB values for the two versions. Weird.
 edit even later - using `scrot` (lovely name) to do a screen capture on the Pi and using the loupe app on my iMac shows that the old scratch actual display of white has rgb= 248:252:248 and nuscratch has rgb=248:248:248. So strictly speaking t'ain't pink it's very slightly grey as opposed to slightly green in the old version. I have no idea what causes that; guess it has to be something in the VM code that copies the Squeak display bitmap to the actual screen.