9 March 2012 at 23:26 #1815
When i try to create a new file with password after i’ve inserted password cherrytree does not save my file. In particular window for choosing of file destination does not appears…11 March 2012 at 19:11 #1816
can you write your operative system, version of cherrytree package, how you installed cherrytree?11 March 2012 at 19:53 #1817
Yes of course! My operative system is Kubuntu 11.10 with latest kde version. I’ve installed cherrytree with deb who i’ve found in this site. There is an incompatibility between cherrytree and dolphin (kde file manager) ?11 March 2012 at 21:33 #1818
ok first be sure to have cherrytree 0.25.4 installed.
second open a terminal and run cherrytree from there (type cherrytree and then press enter), then try saving your file the way you experience the fault.
after the fault I expect something written on the terminal, please copy and paste here the messages from the terminal then.11 March 2012 at 22:39 #1819
yes is cherrytree 0.25.04. I’ve tried to open cherrytree in a terminal but nothing message appear when i save a file with password…these are messages that appear:
/usr/share/cherrytree/modules/core.py:199: GtkWarning: Theme directory of theme Faenza has no size field
self.window.show_all() # this before the config_file_apply that could hide something
Sveglia12 March 2012 at 23:50 #1820
please try to create a new document, create a single node named ‘A’ and set as content the only text ‘A’ then try to save with password using format XML,
then tell me if you can save with password the file or not.
if not please just try to reinstall the package and try again…
if you still have failure please open a terminal and enter “man 7za” (without quotes) and see if you get error or you can read “NAME 7za – A file archiver with highest compression ratio…”13 March 2012 at 18:08 #1823
unfortunately it doesn’t work. i’ve tried to reinstall the package but nothing is changed. 7za is installed on system…. thanks for help in any case 🙂14 March 2012 at 10:39 #1824
I will try cherrytree on a kubuntu 11.10 virtual machine when I have some time and post here the result of the tests.14 March 2012 at 17:52 #1825
thanks!21 March 2012 at 09:42 #1827
I confirm that cherrytree “save as sqlite password protected” doesn’t work properly in kubuntu 11.10, I will investigate on the reason that right now is for me obscure.21 March 2012 at 13:41 #1829
ok it seems to me the problem occurs only if you press enter on the dialogs instead of clicking OK with the mouse.
when you click enter, on kubuntu this causes the CANCEL button to be pressed instead of the OK button on ubuntu.
for now just use the mouse, in future I’ll see to fix this issue.21 March 2012 at 17:00 #1831
it’s not a real problem because file is saved in this way only the first tim. But if i use enter instead of mouse when i open some protected file, cherrytree open an empty file…
however i think now is possibile to use cherrytree also with these small problems 🙂
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