>Currently my autoexec.bat is empty. Can you give a little more detail on
>what I should set?
>I also have seen comments to the effect that Win2000 does not use
>autoexec.bat though it can be forced to do so. Don't know if that is
>relevant. I'm wading in deep waters here.
AFAIK, on 2000/xp you are supposed to set environment variables via GUI
somewhere in the system settings. Search your "start" button, or google for
"environment variable windows 2000".
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From: Jon A. Cruz <jon@jo...> - 2004-01-09 04:47:38
bulia byak wrote:
> AFAIK, on 2000/xp you are supposed to set environment variables via
> GUI somewhere in the system settings. Search your "start" button, or
> google for "environment variable windows 2000".
Well, technically you aren't "supposed" to set them at all in NT-based
Windows variants. :-)
But, yes, if you need to, that is the way.
However... the problem as it was described was for Win9x/ME. So if
you're on Win2k, something else is wrong.
On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 05:13, bulia byak wrote:
> I can confirm that on Linux it still works as it should.
> Mental, perhaps some of your fixes should be changed or reverted in the=20
> WIN32 branch?
Well, there's not much to change or revert -- it's really the identical
code between Linux and Win32 now.
Ah, there is one significant change -- on Win32, the preferences
directory name has changed to "Inkscape" rather than ".inkscape" to
conform more to Win32 conventions for these things.