=46irst problem: I've just committed to subversion a fix that should work f=
the =B5 symbol - are there any other symbols that don't display properly fo=
Second problem: Lots of crashes have been fixed in subversion - I can't thi=
of what your problem might be, but you could try compiling ktechlab from=20
subversion with debugging support enabled, and send me the backtrace if it=
crashes again (see http://ktechlab.org/download.php for more info on doing=
Hope this helps,
On Tuesday 29 November 2005 14:10, Francesco Pipita wrote:
> Hi, I compiled ktechlab 0.2 under GNU/Debian Linux testing/unstable.
> I have two problems.
> The first problem is that ktechlab doesn't display me correctly units (li=
> =B5A), so I see 800A indeed of 800=B5A. I live in Italy and my system cha=
> is iso8859-15 with euro support and my KDE charset is (I think) utf8. The
> second problem is that ktechlab does a segmentation fault when I try to
> change components values more than one time sequentially. In particular
> when I put a current source in a empty circuit it crashes if I try to
> enhance or to decrease current value.