[Kst] [Bug 89498] If n vectors are not found, kst should only display one error dialog, not n error dialogs

Matthew D Truch matt at truch.net
Tue Sep 14 18:35:26 CEST 2004

> ------- Additional Comments From arwalker sumusltd com  2004-09-14 18:21 -------
> The message I receive (just once) when invalid vector names are used is the following:
> "The Kst file could not be loaded in its entirety due to missing objects or data."
> Could you give the message that you see, as presumably its not what I am seeing.

Sorry, I didn't give decent steps to reproduce:

Make a .kst file that has some vectors which exist, and some that don't.
You can do this by editing the kst file by hand (if you don' want to
modify your datasource to have different named vectors).  Start kst with
that .kst file.  At this point kst will not complain about the bad
vectors (and probably should, but that's another bug report); it will
just display them as zero.  Now change the data file for all your
vectors to another valid data file.  kst will complain about each
invalid vector with an individual error dialog.  

"Things are more like they are today than they ever have been before."
Matthew Truch
Department of Physics
Brown University
matt at truch.net

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