Yes, my bad.

I had ktechlab-0.3 installed and ran the svn version just from a folder. Now I did a "make install" and it works. I'm closing the bug.

Thanks for you time.

On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 9:52 AM, Julian Bäume <> wrote:
I just installed kdelibs3 and checked that myself. It works fine here. Please
note that you need "external connections" to create subcircuits.

I mentioned a crash when dragging a subcirtuit over the CircuitDocument and
fixed that in trunk. git blame command told me, that Alan commented out some
code that was needed to add subcircuits to a document. ;P Now it works fine
for me. I just tested with 2 external connections and connected one to the 2
inputs of an and-gate and the other to the output. Works as expected.

On Sunday 25 January 2009 20:07:47 Niels Egberts wrote:
> But now my question, I'm running the latest svn version because the version
> in the ubuntu repository is extremely unstable, it crashes when you drag a
> battery into the workfield. I've read some stuff on the wiki and there is
> part about "creating a subcircuit" (see link). It looks like it is very
> handy, but I can't find it anywhere.
It should be enabled in the context-menu (right-click) when you selected a
bunch of components in your circuit. If you don't selected enough to create a
subcircuit, the item is disabled.

> Is this still in Ktechlab, or is it going to be re-implented?
That's exactly what I see, when doing the actions I told you above.


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