Language warning in preferences is annoying

miika.turkia at miika.turkia at
Sun Dec 8 15:06:40 UTC 2013

OK, this explanation is fine by me. However, better maps are not found when running from build dir. But I suppose it will all look good to me after a system wide install.

MiikaOn 8.12.2013 23:17 Dirk Hohndel wrote:
On Sun, 2013-12-08 at 14:33 +0200, Miika Turkia wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 8, 2013 at 1:45 PM, Salvador Cuñat
> <salvador.cunat at> wrote:
>         Hi Miika.
>         Tomaz was working on it last friday. In last master I don't
>         have the
>         problem.  I'm on debian wheezy.
> I just did a clean build on master and still see the problem. I have
> never selected a language before. When I run subsurface from elsewhere
> than build directory, the problem is occurring, but running under
> build dir and selecting the system default language seems to help (as
> long as Subsurface is run under the build dir). So it is somehow
> related to translations not being found. (I have not done a system
> wide installation, so the translations are only available under the
> build dir.)

You are doing it wrong, Miika.

You have only two choices.

a) run Subsurface from the build directory
b) install systemwide

There is no way that Subsurface can find its support files, otherwise.


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