Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 388621
kdewebdev won't load toolbars
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:12:22 EST
Description of problem:
When quanta starts up it presents a number of error messages about an inability
to open the toolbars. The error(s) can also be manually generated by trying to
load a toolbar via Toolbars -> Load Toolbars -> Load Global Toolbar... and
selecting anything from /usr/share/apps/quanta/toolbars/. The error message says:
"Cannot load the toolbars from the archive. Check that the filenames inside the
archives begin with the archive name."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Just start the program or try to load a toolbar manually
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start the program
2. Load a toolbar manually
You get the error message mentioned above.
Toolbars should be loaded and present in the program.
I just tried a few and they worked for me. Perhaps can you be more specific
which ones don't work for you?
None of them work for me... I get about 4 or 5 of the error messages when I
start the program and manual loading of any of the toolbars produces the error
Perhaps it is legacy stuff hanging around in my homedir from F7? I did delete
~/.kde/share/config/quantarc but that didn't help.
Works for me with kdewebdev-3.5.8-3.fc7 (i.e. the F7 build from the same
specfile), and this system definitely has settings left over from KDE 3.5.7 and
older (much older).
This is a clean install of F8. My homedir remained from F7 and kdewebdev was
working on F7.
[dowdle@dell ~]$ rpm -q kdewebdev
[dowdle@dell ~]$ rpm -V kdewebdev
If it is indeed something on my end that is broken... and it isn't a bug in the
package, I sure would like to know what it is. Any suggestions?
Nevermind. It just magically started working properly. Closing the ticket.