Fix references to user profile directory.

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Darrell Anderson 10 years ago
parent fbc8a8212f
commit a11c2ebfed
  1. 6
      doc/khangman/index.docbook
  2. 2
      doc/kstars/commands.docbook
  3. 2
      doc/kstars/config.docbook
  4. 2
      doc/kstars/faq.docbook
  5. 2
      doc/kstars/install.docbook
  6. 4
      kstars/README.ephemerides
  7. 2
      kstars/kstars/indidriver.cpp
  8. 4
      kstars/kstars/kstarsdata.cpp

@ -728,7 +728,7 @@ Please contact Anne-Marie by email if you need further information.</para>
<sect1 id="internal">
<title>What is stored by &khangman; and where</title>
<para>
When you get a new language via <menuchoice><guimenu>Game</guimenu> <guimenuitem>Get Words in New Language...</guimenuitem></menuchoice>, the new language data is stored in <filename class="directory">$~/.kde/share/apps/khangman/data</filename> in the language code folder. The available language dir names are also stored in the &khangman; config file in <filename>~/.kde/share/config/khangmanrc</filename>.
When you get a new language via <menuchoice><guimenu>Game</guimenu> <guimenuitem>Get Words in New Language...</guimenuitem></menuchoice>, the new language data is stored in <filename class="directory">$~/.trinity/share/apps/khangman/data</filename> in the language code folder. The available language dir names are also stored in the &khangman; config file in <filename>~/.trinity/share/config/khangmanrc</filename>.
</para>
<para>
The provider name (i.e. the address of the website where to download the new languages) is stored in <filename>$TDEDIR/share/apps/khangman/khangmanrc</filename>.
@ -737,7 +737,7 @@ The provider name (i.e. the address of the website where to download the new lan
The English language (default) and the user language from his i18n package(s) (if available) are stored in <filename class="directory">$TDEDIR/share/apps/khangman</filename>.
</para>
<para>
In the configuration file, stored for each user in his <filename>~/.kde/share/config/khangmanrc</filename> are saved all the game settings such as the background, last level played, ... plus the files that were downloaded from the KNewStuff dialog.
In the configuration file, stored for each user in his <filename>~/.trinity/share/config/khangmanrc</filename> are saved all the game settings such as the background, last level played, ... plus the files that were downloaded from the KNewStuff dialog.
</para>
</sect1>
<sect1 id="planned-features">
@ -785,7 +785,7 @@ you.</para>
</question>
<answer>
<para>
There might be a problem due to the change of the configuration file. Please remove the <filename>khangmanrc</filename> file in your <filename class="directory">$HOME/.kde/share/config</filename> folder.
There might be a problem due to the change of the configuration file. Please remove the <filename>khangmanrc</filename> file in your <filename class="directory">$HOME/.trinity/share/config</filename> folder.
</para>
</answer>
</qandaentry>

@ -790,7 +790,7 @@ files on your local disk, so this feature could be used to attach
observing logs or other custom information to objects in &kstars;.
Your custom links are automatically loaded whenever &kstars; starts up,
and they are stored in the folder <filename
class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/</filename>, in files
class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/</filename>, in files
<filename>myimage_url.dat</filename> and
<filename>myinfo_url.dat</filename>. If you build an extensive list
of custom links, consider submitting them to us, we would like to

@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ location can be added to the list. &kstars; will automatically load
your custom locations for all future sessions. Please note, at this
point, the only way to remove a custom location is to remove the
appropriate line from the file
<filename>~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/mycities.dat</filename>.
<filename>~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/mycities.dat</filename>.
</para><para>
If you add custom locations (or modify existing ones), please send us
your <filename>mycities.dat</filename> file so that we can add your

@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ do I remove it from the program?
<answer>
<para>
You will have to edit the
<filename>~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/mycities.dat</filename> file, and
<filename>~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/mycities.dat</filename> file, and
remove the location's line from that file.
</para>
</answer>

@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ all files in <filename class="directory">kstars/data/</filename> to
<filename class="directory">$(TDEDIR)/apps/kstars/</filename> (If you
do not have <systemitem class="username">root</systemitem> privileges,
copy them to
<filename class="directory">~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/.</filename>)
<filename class="directory">~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/.</filename>)
</para>
</sect1>
</appendix>

@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sb_elem.html
Step 2: The Comets
Under "ASCII Files", click on the "Comets" link, and save
this file as ~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/comets.dat (or as
this file as ~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/comets.dat (or as
$TDEDIR/share/apps/kstars/comets.dat for a system-wide install).
@ -73,6 +73,6 @@ out the first 2000 lines, like this:
name ("van de Hulst"), which messes up the columns for that object.
You may want to rename this object before sorting.]]
FInally, copy "asteroids.dat" to ~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/ (for
Finally, copy "asteroids.dat" to ~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/ (for
single-user install) or $TDEDIR/share/apps/kstars/ (for system
install).

@ -570,7 +570,7 @@ bool INDIDriver::readXMLDriver()
if ( !KSUtils::openDataFile( file, indiFile ) )
{
KMessageBox::error(0, i18n("Unable to find device driver file 'drivers.xml'. Please locate the file and place it in one of the following locations:\n\n \t$(TDEDIR)/share/apps/kstars/%1 \n\t~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/%1"));
KMessageBox::error(0, i18n("Unable to find device driver file 'drivers.xml'. Please locate the file and place it in one of the following locations:\n\n \t$(TDEDIR)/share/apps/kstars/%1 \n\t~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/%1"));
return false;
}

@ -1776,7 +1776,7 @@ void KStarsData::initError(TQString s, bool required = false) {
"To continue loading, place the file in one of the "
"following locations, then press Retry:\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t$(TDEDIR)/share/apps/kstars/%1\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/%1\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/%1\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ i18n( "Otherwise, press Cancel to shutdown." );
caption = i18n( "Critical File Not Found: %1" ).arg( s );
} else {
@ -1785,7 +1785,7 @@ void KStarsData::initError(TQString s, bool required = false) {
"However, to avoid seeing this message in the future, you can "
"place the file in one of the following locations, then press Retry:\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t$(TDEDIR)/share/apps/kstars/%1\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t~/.kde/share/apps/kstars/%1\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ TQString( "\t~/.trinity/share/apps/kstars/%1\n\n" ).arg( s )
+ i18n( "Otherwise, press Cancel to continue loading without this file." ).arg( s );
caption = i18n( "Non-Critical File Not Found: %1" ).arg( s );
}

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