leonp at plris.com
Wed Jun 9 14:11:13 UTC 2010
On Wednesday June 9 2010, Milian Wolff wrote:
> Leon Pollak, 09.06.2010:
> > On Wednesday June 9 2010, Milian Wolff wrote:
> > > Leon Pollak, 08.06.2010:
> > > > This is my plea for the help whihc seems to be simple for kdevelop
> > > > guru, like Andreas...:-)
> > > >
> > > > On FC13 I compiled and installed kdevelop3.5.5 into a separate
> > > > directory and run it with KDEDIRS and KDEHOME set to new values.
> > > >
> > > > The kdevelop3.5.5 runs and works fine! The only problem - it has the
> > > > system font in all elements (menus, captures, etc.) set to something
> > > > big and unusual!
> > > >
> > > > Very annoying!
> > > > Please, how and where can I redefine it?
> > >
> > > You probably need kdebase from KDE 3 and KControl to configure that. Or
> > > maybe there is some config file you can edit by hand.
> > Thank you, Millian.
> > What you say looks trange for me, as kdevelop-3.5.5 worked fine with my
> > FC11, which had KDE 4.4 installed.
> > Probably, there should be some tuning, parameter, definition that must be
> > set for kdevelo-3.5.5 to work...:-(
> KDevelop itself doesn't care about it's font settings, esp. not in menus
> captures etc. This is all taken from a central KDE configuration. I don't
> know whether it tries to take some KDE4 config file and fails due to that.
> You should make sure that your KDE3 apps use a different $KDEHOME then the
> KDE4 apps, just to make sure.
This is my script to start kdevelop3:
and homekdev355 was empty at the first run. May be this is the cause?
And, I do not know if this is important, but when the script runs it says:
Warning: kbuildsycoca is unable to register with DCOP.
DCOP Cleaning up dead connections.
Reusing existing ksycoca
Thank you for your help.
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