A closer look at the problem reveled that the error occurred in the old 
version of tpsUtil v.1.54. The latest tpsUtil v.1.74 work fine and sliding 
semilandmarks can be defined properly.

Thank you Dr.  Rohlf, Dr. Stojnic and Liu Idárraga Orozco!

On Friday, December 22, 2017 at 5:19:41 PM UTC-5, Natalia Siomava wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I am trying to add some sliding semilandmarks in my analysis but got stuck 
> with defining them.
> What I have done:
> 1) digitized normal LM (13)
> 2) created a curvature in tpsDig and resampled curve by length with the 
> same number of LM (40) for each specimen
> 3) with tpsUtil “Append tps Curve to landmarks”, I transformed 40 curve 
> points into LM.
> At this point, the file looks fine: LM=53 (13 real LM + 40 come from the 
> curve points). I can also open it in MorphoJ but I all 53 points are shown 
> as LM, not semiLM. However, when I use this file in tpsUtil to "*Make 
> sliders file*", I get an error: "*Access violation at address "00449136 
> in module "tpsUtil.exe". Read of address 00000008.*" I click several 
> times OK and get a window with "*No semilandmarks*" I get 3 options: "*Load 
> Semi.*", "*Create*", and "*Cancel*". If I click "*Create*", an .NTS file 
> is created but it's not possible to open it with MorphoJ. MorphoJ gives as 
> error "*The chosen dimentionality and the number of data columns in the 
> file are inconsistent*".
> Could you please explain me what I do wrong? I will appreciate any help 
> and/or suggestions.
> Thank you,
> Best,
> Natalia
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