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noteedit looks terrible on KDE-2.2

From: Joerg Anders
Subject: noteedit looks terrible on KDE-2.2
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 20:00:38 +0100 (CET)


looks terrible on KDE-2.2. See:

The icons and the text is distorted. The icons look terrible and the text
is unreadable.

It has to do with a new scaling and font handling algorithm on
KDE-2.2/Qt-2.3. It concerns for instance all SuSE-7.3 and
RedHat-7.2 users. So if noteedit has the same terrible outfit as
shown on page above try noteedit-1.17.1.



   A terrible PMX chord export bug is fixed


   The MusiXTeX exporter now has a accidental
   placing algorithm. Thus, overlapping accidentals
   in chords shouldn't occur any longer.


There is a further problem on RedHat-7.2: During installation there is
a message:

   /usr/bin/meinproc --check --cache index.cache.bz2 ./index.docbook
   Don't know how to do adjust column widths with libxslt
   unable to parse ./index.docbook

As a result the OnLine help isn't available on RedHat-7.2. I don't
know what's wrong. I assume it has to do with a prehistorical libxml/libxslt.
But I'm not sure. So all RedHat -7.2 users must forego OnLine help.
(Perhaps a RedHat guru can explain what's wrong)

If this error stops the whole installation process then in top
Makefile change:

        TOPSUBDIRS =  doc noteedit po


        TOPSUBDIRS = noteedit po

J.Anders, Chemnitz, GERMANY (address@hidden)

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