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  • Posted a comment on ticket #278 on DjVuLibre

    xfacter: this is about my conclusion as well. This appeared with Sierra. The same thumbnail generation code in djview4.5 and djview4.10 gives different results. xfactor: it may not be generating thumbnails but simply using those already present in the cache. Is something faulty with these thumbnails? I tried clearing the cache with qlmanage -r cache This makes the system slow for a while because all thumbnails (not just djvus) need to be regenerated. But after this, you sould no longer see djvu thumbnails...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #278 on DjVuLibre

    Therefore it is slow despite not calling any djvu code? L. From: Jean-Paul Roy wissme@users.sf.net Reply-To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 10:49 AM To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Subject: [djvu:bugs] Re: #278 Quicklook plugin and Sierra. qlmanage -m plugins | grep -i djvu gets no answer. [bugs:#278] Quicklook plugin and Sierra. Status: closed Group: djview Created: Tue Nov 15, 2016 04:35 PM UTC by Calc Last Updated: Mon Jul 17, 2017 09:11 PM...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #278 on DjVuLibre

    You could try: $ qlmanage -m plugins | grep -i djvu to check whether there is still a djvu plugin somewhere else… L. From: Leon Bottou leonb@users.sf.net Reply-To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Date: Monday, July 17, 2017 at 12:58 PM To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Subject: [djvu:bugs] Re: #278 Quicklook plugin and Sierra. In principle, there should not be a djvu quicklook plugin anymore (you just deleted it.) Therefore, if the machine is still slow, who’s the culprit? L. From:...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #278 on DjVuLibre

    In principle, there should not be a djvu quicklook plugin anymore (you just deleted it.) Therefore, if the machine is still slow, who’s the culprit? L. From: Jean-Paul Roy wissme@users.sf.net Reply-To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Date: Monday, July 17, 2017 at 12:55 PM To: "[djvu:bugs]" 278@bugs.djvu.p.re.sf.net Subject: [djvu:bugs] Re: #278 Quicklook plugin and Sierra. Sorry, not at all for me :-( MacOS 10.12.5, DJView 4.10.6, [bugs:#278] Quicklook plugin and Sierra. Status: closed Group:...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #278 on DjVuLibre

    Try removing the directory /Applications/DjView.app/Contents/Library/QuickLook and all its contents. Then reboot, Does it improve the situation?

  • Posted a comment on ticket #39 on DjVuLibre

    It works with compilers that implement the MSVC pragmas (the intel compiler maybe). Anyway I just wanted to make sure it would either fail to compile or at least give a warning. L. From: Marshall darealshinji@users.sf.net Reply-To: "[djvu:patches]" 39@patches.djvu.p.re.sf.net Date: Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 4:49 PM To: "[djvu:patches]" 39@patches.djvu.p.re.sf.net Subject: [djvu:patches] Re: #39 silence pragma warnings with MinGW If this only works with MSVC isn't it better do surround it by #ifdef...

  • Posted a comment on ticket #274 on DjVuLibre

    See https://sourceforge.net/p/djvu/djvulibre-git/ci/2a931533402058c8671b7785ceeb1f943aee5521/ . The usage is slightly different. The header files won’t redefine DDJVUAPI or MINILISPAPI if they’re already defined. Therefore, instead of defining DJVU_STATIC, simply define DDJVUAPI and MINILISPAPI to empty strings: -DDDJVUAPI= -DMINILISPAPI= Do not forget the trailing = otherwise it defines them to be “1”. For the second fix, https://sourceforge.net/p/djvu/djvulibre-git/ci/c626c067f6a1e209a844e3cbaa7669aac5be3642/,...

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