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  1. I would like to enlarge the icons from the GUI. maybe that is possible already, but if not then i realy like that since on my screen the icons are so small that i have problems with it. my eyes aint that good anymore.
  2. I could not install libjpeg8 libjpeg8-dev but debian_lxde found and took libjpeg6-turbo plus .dev there are some path problems and i asume the next path should be filled in automaticly which is attempted a least 9 times while darkradiant is opened Auto-saving registry to user settings path. XMLRegistry: Failed to save path /darkradiant/user/ui/colourschemes the install uses capitals as a difference ? DarkRadiant instead of darkradiant. the map 'user' as mentioned here does not exist either. i can make them, no problem, but what does DR expects ??
  3. Thanks for your effort. I think i missed a very big thing on my side off the issue. my debian is the LXDE version, but thats hardly mentioned by the system!!! its the lightweigth version so maybe they slimmed down the routine itself and other simplifings.
  4. with some other problems in mind its probably my system. May i request a different solution? Its a conformation dot on the tile if you stand inside the correct area. Like small and green. what ever tile you stand on so its clear that you are ON the tile. After 5 ticks it will ligth up if its the correct one. The system has to check the position anyway. a position-point would be of a big help to me. EDIT i just went trough!! i can juggle now. To simplify my request, a shadow or dot where you stand is enough and i am sure it will be off a help. Thankks!!
  5. i can try, i am not used to it. thanks for the reminder edit, result until now apperently i have to do much more and even VERY OFF TOPIC by now at least TDM itself works fine !!
  6. Hi the pakket name you gave does not exsist https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=default&section=all&arch=any&keywords=libwxgtku3.0&searchon=names so now i think i do have the correct version installed libwxgtk3.0-dev version 3.0.4+dfsg-8
  7. hi my deb10 has no libwxgtku3.0 at all its libwxgtk3.0-dev with out the U are you sure its a debian file and not an ubuntu file? I should upgrade deb10 to deb12 anyway, since deb10 is not he strongest version off debian afa understood. the strength off linux is the same as its weakness, its the enormous amount off variations and possibilities... its a chuwinggum stretched in impossible forms. meanwhile ubuntu is based on debian BUT by now debian is hanging on the back off that same ubuntu , that makes it more difficult
  8. oops nope its a single step lacking for the make routine [ 98%] Building CXX object radiant/CMakeFiles/darkradiant.dir/xyview/tools/MeasurementTool.cpp.o [ 98%] Building CXX object radiant/CMakeFiles/darkradiant.dir/xyview/XYWnd.cpp.o [ 99%] Linking CXX executable darkradiant /usr/bin/ld: //usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgio-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `g_utf8_validate_len' /usr/bin/ld: //usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgio-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `g_source_set_dispose_function' /usr/bin/ld: //usr/local/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgio-2.0.so.0: undefined reference to `g_unix_get_passwd_entry' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status make[2]: *** [radiant/CMakeFiles/darkradiant.dir/build.make:2669: radiant/darkradiant] Error 1 make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:1008: radiant/CMakeFiles/darkradiant.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [Makefile:130: all] Error 2 but you DEVeNIGHTly solved the -dev problems
  9. hi, make is at 31% thank you this might take another 20 minutes and then the install it self tomorrow we know for sure and it feels good. i have a simple start idear with just a single room. maybe a type off escape room. talking waybefore i have everdone some, i would like to take a eye with red or green ligth and turn it in a laser detection on the floor. i guess its reducing the surface off the ligth into a very small spot , then you have to use a gas arrow to enlight that laser with smoke reflexion. but i realy never done anything like 3d at all. even blender complains about me that i start but never finish anything. 46% and counting thanks!
  10. deb10 give libgit2-27 libgit2-dev its git2 !! (edit: that confusing since yesterday that was solved!!) further atleast 2 dozen variations on gitdev + some prg combination I wonder if i should reinstall git as that git-desktop which seems the only one offered by them
  11. btw, is it possible to have a kind off afterglow with the correct tiles when failing? then its more clear what went wrong. the 3D changings are a bit difficult aswell since the tiles close to the door are rather small before aproaching. i dont know how to make a gameplay, is that a function or should i install a desktop-recorder ??
  12. next attempt: Scanning dependencies of target vcs [ 15%] Building CXX object plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/GitModule.cpp.o [ 15%] Building CXX object plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/Index.cpp.o [ 15%] Building CXX object plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/Repository.cpp.o /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp: In member function ‘std::__cxx11::string vcs::git::Repository::getUpstreamRemoteName(const vcs::git::Reference&)’: /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:107:5: error: ‘git_buf_dispose’ was not declared in this scope git_buf_dispose(&buf); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:107:5: note: suggested alternative: ‘git_buf_set’ git_buf_dispose(&buf); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ git_buf_set /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp: In member function ‘void vcs::git::Repository::fastForwardToTrackedRemote()’: /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:168:70: error: ‘GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT’ was not declared in this scope auto error = git_object_lookup(&target, _repository, &targetOid, GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:168:70: note: suggested alternative: ‘GIT_OBJ_COMMIT’ auto error = git_object_lookup(&target, _repository, &targetOid, GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GIT_OBJ_COMMIT /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp: In member function ‘void vcs::git::Repository::abortMerge()’: /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:428:65: error: ‘GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT’ was not declared in this scope error = git_object_lookup(&target, _repository, &targetOid, GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ /home/chris/DarkRadiant/plugins/vcs/Repository.cpp:428:65: note: suggested alternative: ‘GIT_OBJ_COMMIT’ error = git_object_lookup(&target, _repository, &targetOid, GIT_OBJECT_COMMIT); ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GIT_OBJ_COMMIT make[2]: *** [plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/build.make:89: plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/Repository.cpp.o] Error 1 make[1]: *** [CMakeFiles/Makefile2:484: plugins/vcs/CMakeFiles/vcs.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [Makefile:130: all] Error 2 what is the difference between git clone git:// and git clone https:// do both involve the extra --recurse-submodules ? do i need an update of git itself perhaps git version 2.20.1
  13. hi, thanks i was just typing my inbetween report
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