I knew some one would know the fix!
I use Linux Mint 6: (Ubuntu related) and Ubuntu's repository isn't
updated, so compiled from source. I'd been avoiding the whole compile
thing... WOW It's almost painless! 3 Glitches: no gmake , no make, no
g++. Needed gcc and libqt4-dev & whatever package had gmake. I thought
about installing qt from trolltech but the package relocation per
distribution sounded like a great way to break a finally working system,
so I just added the requested dev package/s and all went smoothly from
My files recovered well as you instructed. Thanks a bunch. The day was
On Mon, 2009-01-12 at 09:51 +0100, Uwe Drechsel wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 11, Scott wrote:
> > Hi Guys, Why me??
> > It seems that others don't get this error, so what's not setup
> > correctly.
> > When opening a map with a note imbeded, I get this error
> > (attached .png, .xml, )
> You are using an outdated version (1.10).
> > XML Parsing Error: not well-formed
> > Line Number 42, Column 3:<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML
> > 4.0//EN" "
> > http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/strict.dtd">
> > --^
> This sounds like if vym has been built with Qt 4.4. If so, the issue has
> been fixed with the latest vym version (1.12.2c), e.g. for opensuse the
> latest version is available at
> You can try to fix this manually in your map
> mkdir test
> cp yourmap.vym test
> cd test
> unzip yourmap.vym
> Now you should have a file yourmap.xml in this directory. Open it in an
> editor and delete all lines from the error above (except the one in
> first line "<!DOCTYPE vymmap>" )
> <!DOCTYPE HTML ... >
> (Make sure to not forget one of the < - > tags)
> Now you should be able to open the yourmap.xml file in vym again and
> e.g. print it.