This service release corrects several issues, including the following:
- Unexpected behavior introduced in CODE V 10.8 related to the order of operations when starting CODE V.
- The (ASH) and (ALB) Macro-PLUS database items returned the wrong value when used with a Z-qualifier, but no A-qualifier.
- A Macro-PLUS read prompt (RPR) with more than 84-characters could crash CODE V.
- Interferogram files (INT) using nearest neighbor interpolation (NNB) along with no-data values (NDA) could have unexpected results.
- Private catalog dispersion coefficients (PVC) were incorrectly listed for materials defined using Sellmeier (SLM) or Glass Manufacturer Sellmeier (GMS) equation types.
- 3D Visualization (V3D) could crash CODE V for systems with inconsistent aperture definitions (e.g., CIR Sk 15; CIR Sk EDG .0001).
- Field Curve (FIE) plotted output was suppressed when scan linearity analysis (LIN) was requested.
- Field Map Analysis (FMA) where the default minimum and maximum plot scales could be set to the same values, leading to data display problems.
- Messaging has been improved if Image Simulation (IMS) ray tracing fails for a synthesized (non-LDM) field.
- Illumination Analysis (LUM) could crash if users did not specify any rays to be traced.
- Optimization with the "Fill Aperture on surface" control (FAP) could result in ray tracing instabilities for the reference rays.
- The TRA_1FLD() Macro-PLUS function could cause CODE V to crash for a system with a zoomed focal surface (FOC).
- The (EXP Fk) Macro-PLUS database item could be incorrect for systems with a tilted, decentered, or curved image surface.
- Supplied sample macros GHOST_VIEW.SEQ & SETVIG.SEQ have been updated.
Please refer to the CODE V 10.8 SR1 readme file, which is available on SolvNet, for more details about these fixes and other updates included in the release.