Am 28.02.2018 um 01:55 schrieb Eduard Braun:
Am 28.02.2018 um 01:38 schrieb Maren Hachmann:
> Hi translators,
> the FAQ section that describes how to adapt the system path for using
> ghostscript has been adapted to include instructions for Windows 10:
> It's contents has been shuffled around a bit and also parts have been
> removed, so be sure to compare the whole section.
> Thank you for your help with the website!
> Kind Regards,
Windows 10 instructions miss the the step that actually adds the /lib
- Yes, I've already noticed myself and added it :) Many things I only
notice when I actually do the translation myself. Most translators
aren't as fast as you, fortunately, in this case! :-)
"In Windows 10, for some reason, Inkscape sometimes doesn't
paths at the bottom of the list."
Proof or it didn't happen... Inkscape is not involved in this at all (it
simply searches the PATH as any other application would). People need to
be aware in some scenarios a restart might be required though (as
processes - and their children) only see the updated environment
variables after they are restarted. A restart of Inkscape is *always*
- Proof: We've had a user on the forum who reported they did everything
they needed to do, but it didn't work. I've then done some research, and
watched a video on youtube where someone explains it, and I've
experienced the issue myself when testing on a Win10 VirtualBox. I don't
remember if I tried rebooting, but as there seem to have been several
reports... and as people have reinstalled Inkscape and tried to get it
working over several days, I suspect the reboot wouldn't have helped much.
See discussion at https://forum.inkscapecommunity.com/index.php?topic=986
In the Windows <= 7 case: Maybe add an example value (i.e.
path like '...;C:\Program Files\gs\gs9.16\lib;C:\Program