User speficied settings not portable with [--configpath] boot option under Windows 7
|Assigned to:||Martin Dobias||% Done:||
|Target version:||Version 2.0.0|
|Platform version:||Affected version:||1.8.0|
|Status info:||Causes crash or corruption:||No|
There seems to be a bug with the [--configpath] boot option when porting QGIS 1.8 to a flash drive. QGIS can be started from the flash drive and runs stable on different computers, also installed plugins show up on different working stations as installed.
But user speficied options settings - such as position and visibility of toolbars or panels are ignored. Also plugins do not show up as activated when connecting the flash drive to another computer. The same issue concerns elements hidden/deactivated by the new "Customization" option.
It seems, that these UI-settings still are saved locally. When removing all entries in the Windows registry, keys appear from new in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QuantumGIS after running QGIS. There is a fixed bug (#5544: --configpath not used), but this affected only functionality of plugins. Plugins seem to work well now, problems occur with UI-settings themselves. Tested under Windows 7 only.
|related to QGIS Application - Bug #5544: --configpath not used||Closed||05/07/2012|
Updated by Nathan Woodrow over 1 year ago
- Category changed from Project Loading / Saving to GUI
- Assigned to set to Martin Dobias
- Platform version deleted (
Martin I assigned this to you as the QgsCustomization stuff seems to ignore the --configpath due the way you are creating QSettings inside QgsCustomization.
Updated by Paolo Cavallini over 1 year ago
- Target version changed from Version 1.8.0 to Version 2.0.0