Colours gone from inky_frame on 294098d-dirty

I bought an Inky Frame 7.3 a few weeks ago and just went to install some of my software on it.

MPY: soft reboot
width x height: 800 480
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 167, in <module>
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'WHITE'
MicroPython 294098d-dirty on 2023-02-27; Raspberry Pi Pico W with RP2040
Type "help()" for more information.
>>> import inky_frame
>>> dir(inky_frame)
['__class__', '__name__', '__dict__', '__file__', 'LED_B', 'Pin', 'get_shift_state', 'reset_shift_state', 'time', 'Button', 'ShiftRegister', 'sr', 'SR_CLOCK', 'SR_LATCH', 'SR_OUT', 'LED_A', 'LED_C', 'LED_D', 'LED_E', 'LED_BUSY', 'LED_WIFI', 'SHIFT_STATE', 'button_a', 'button_b', 'button_c', 'button_d', 'button_e', 'led_busy', 'led_wifi']

I am not sure what version 294098d-dirty on 2023-02-27 is but it seems to be missing the colours, my code uses WHITE, BLACK and RED. I glanced at the main branch and it’s still there in the docs and the docs…

I think some of the newer Inky functions were added in March so you might need to update to a more recent MicroPython image.

Here’s a direct link to the newest Inky Frame image:

(and I’ve nudged our production crew to update the image that they’re pre-loading on new units!)

Thanks, I thought its presence in the documentation would mean it was on newly purchased devices.