QCad - Setting Preferences

Michael C. Shultz ringworm at inbox.lv
Sun Apr 25 08:47:12 PDT 2004

On Sunday 25 April 2004 07:12 am, Bryan Bursey wrote:
> Folks -
> I'm using 4.10-BETA built on April 18, which ports cvsup'd at about the
> same time.
> While I'm able to run QCad after building and installing from ports/cad,
> I do receive a couple of warnings back on the command line, and I'm
> unable to save preferences I've set globally for the program.
> The first two appear only once when the program is started, and seem to
> be related to the language options not being loaded into the initial
> settings dropdown boxes.
>     QComboBox::changeItem: (cbLanguage) Index 0 out of range
>     QComboBox::changeItem: (cbLanguageCmd) Index 0 out of range
> And this message repeats itself over and over and over... (and might be
> related to not having a .qcad.conf file?)
>     QSettings::sync: filename is null/empty
> I do *not* have a .qcad.conf file in ~/, and I don't know where I would
> find a sample to get started.  Does anyone have any suggestions on how
> to address these issues?
> Regards,
> Bryan
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Its good programming practice to put an example conf file in an example 
directory some where. Try "find \/ | grep QCad | conf" or "find \/ | grep 
QCad | example" and see if you find anything. If you do, copy it to your home 
directory, that is what the "~/" stands for.


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