Aug 25 2017
Your welcome! If there are any more issues, just open a new ticket or re-open this one.
Aug 24 2017
Thanks for the API reference to the list of the categories.
I checked and see the categories listed live here:
Isn't it https://autoconfig.kde.org/ocs/providers.xml nowadays (not sure about what is the prefered URL)?
Also, where do you get the error with what request?
Ok, but then, what happened with the new categories? Just to name one, I fixed kdiamond according the name which is shown, but I see an error about non-existing category:
Yeah, that could be.
KNS/GHNS unfortunately has the habit to look for a hardcoded category name, so to make it work backwards compatible, I would need to know the exact string each program tries to match and add it as "legacy name" internally.
Aug 23 2017
Thank you. Another question: is it possible that the name shown does not match the internal name? I see messages from knewstuff saying that the categories do not exists.
Since knewstuff is now retired (and from my understanding didnt feature an account management?) the best would be
- ask the authors to create an account and re-publish them.
Aug 22 2017
Thanks! Did you see also my question about the possibility of sending contents from someone who is not the author?
All Categories have bveen added: https://store.kde.org/browse/cat/355/ord/latest/
Aug 21 2017
Gently ping @starbuck
Jul 29 2017
Also, another category:
Also, another category:
It turns out the the web server on the machines hosting newstuff.kde.org was restarted by accident when I tested the applications few days ago. So the testing worked just by pure chance.
Reopening, few applications need categories on store.kde.org:
Jul 23 2017
Apparently the issues was temporary or it has been solved somehow. As today (2017-07-23) all knsrc files in kdegames/ which has a corresponding GUI can load something (or at least not error out). Closing then.
Jun 23 2017
May 2 2017
Maybe changing the value is fine. Or the print dialog could have a button (if it's possible to extend it, not sure with Qt5 and its incomplete state) that says "Print immediately". Whatever is easier.
About wasting paper: if you are going to print, how many schemas are you going to print?
In that case, maybe you'd simply want to flip the default value of the setting "When printing, try to fit more than one puzzle on a page" instead?
That way ksudoku will print just the one puzzle, wasting paper, but it will print it right away.
Or simply print immediately :)
I take it you mean you want a different UX for the printing feature. Something more like the following, perhaps?
May 1 2017
Apr 30 2017
Possible issue which requires some thinking: some of those dbo calls write a formatted text (like a game schema), so it should be investigated whether this is still required, or if some overload of the << operator are required.
This change has landed.
Working on a Differential for this right now.