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djslater107 10-13-2020 09:14 AM

Update for Alice 3.6
We have just released a updated version of version 3.6 with a patch that fixes the following:

– In the initial 3.6 release the Sims resources were not working on Mac OS 10.14. and earlier anyone using these OS should be sure to get the latest version of Alice 3.6 available at our website [URL=""][/URL]

– We address the world migration issue affecting worlds built on much older versions of Alice. The newest build will open worlds built with older versions of Alice but worlds created with the newer versions of Alice will not be backward compatible so if you need an archived build to align with a computer lab or other please view archived builds below for download links. We still highly recommend that if you are going to continue to use a world for your class for a long time that you save them out in the newer version each time.

Please let us know if you continue to have problems…

All he best,
Don Slater

Alice Project

syeda 05-08-2022 07:20 AM

Problem with Alice Player
My students have designed a game on Alice and they tried to export and play it using the Alice player.

I am aware that it needs to be done using the beta biuld
even downloaded that and tried

but it showa error as :
1. Unable to read src/Scene.twe
or 2. This world is not compatible with this player
Player:Scenegraph Library 0.13
World: SceneGraph Library 0.14
Please help me with this...!
thank you

mlam 10-27-2022 05:16 PM

The version of the player has to be compatible with the version of Alice 3.

Alice 3.7 is compatible with Alice Player v19.

Alice is compatible with Alice Player v13: Look in the archived builds section:

You can also open the (old) project with the latest version of Alice 3.7 and export it to run on the latest version of the player. (v19)

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