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Help file problem

Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 3:28 pm
by Kosch
Hi there,
I am using QCAD under Windows2000. After the demo version I installed the full version.
The demo version was installed in Directory E:\Programme\QCAD Demo\ the new version in E:\Programme\QCAD\.
If I press F1 (for help) I get the Message:
The page could not be found
'E:/Programme/QCad Demo/doc/chapter14.html'
If I go to the Qt assistent settings, there is the right path : E:/Programme/Qcad/doc/index.html
but it will be ignored, however I tried to change it.
So for a solution, I installed a directory E:/Programme/QCad Demo/doc/ put in the help files and now it works.
But that is not how it should work.

Somebody any idea?


PS: That is the programm I was looking for a long time. Just what I need to do some 2D cutting.
Great work !

Posted: Sat Sep 15, 2007 9:13 am
by andrew

Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2007 12:43 pm
by Kosch
Thanks, it works (removing directory manually) .... and I really thought, I have read everywhere everything before asking that stupid question.
Thing would be good to put a readme in the help files...


Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 10:01 pm
by ignacio
andrew wrote:Please refer to the FAQ:
I'm working with version pro on a Mac Book Pro. I can browse the manual, but can't use the sidebar (the contents and index tabs show the information, but when I click, it refers to ...Downloads/qcad- zero'). The path that it use is the original folder where I downloaded the demo program.
There is no "com.Qt Assistant.plist" file on my Mac as referred by the FAQ.
I couldn't find any way to change the path for the manual.
I have now all the QCad folders and files on my Applications folder.