Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 48471
licq is looking for translations in non-existing directory
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:00 EDT
Description of Problem:
If you try to select translation from list, error message appears that licq
is unable to find translation file in your ~/.licq/translations. But it can
use translation file from /usr/share/licq/translations.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start licq (qt gui or kde gui).
2. go to options menu
3. Select eny encoding from list.
You'll see error window: [Err] unable to open
/home/leon/.licq/translations/RUSSIAN_WIN for reading: no such file or
It must silently use /usr/share/licq/translations/RUSSIAN_WIN
Patch will be attached
Created attachment 23227 [details]
this patch works for me
Created attachment 23228 [details]
more simple patch
Thanks, added a similar patch in 1.0.3-6.
(I've added an if(!QFile::exists(szTranslationPath)) construct to allow
per-user translation installations).