[Qgis-developer] My God: plugin palette disappeared :(
larrys at dakotacarto.com
Fri Mar 7 09:54:29 PST 2014
Apologies for jumping into your conversation with Tim, but that issue with
1.8 was fixed before the 2.0 release . I recommend, if possible, finding
a means of your students running 2.0.1 or 2.2.0, where a user can now just
select the items under the View menu. There are a couple workarounds for
1.8 listed on the issue page, however.
If it is some dialog disappearing in the main app, that is probably a
On Fri, Mar 7, 2014 at 6:24 AM, Jeff McKenna
<jmckenna at gatewaygeomatics.com>wrote:
> On 2014-03-07, 9:07 AM, Tim Sutton wrote:
> > What is a plugin palette? Do you mean the toolbar?
> > Can you provide a screenshot of your running QGIS.
> > Have you tried right clicking on the blank space in the toolbar area and
> > checking if it is enabled.
> > Did you maybe accidentally drag it and drop it somewhere and it is
> > displaying in compressed mode?
> > I'm not sure if your life will be any better in Arc* :-P
> Hi Tim,
> You mention something that awoke me here ha. I teach intro to GIS at a
> local college this term, and of course I am using QGIS (1.8, yes I know
> old, but I am lucky to have anything installed in their locked down
> environment). The one problem that the students face constantly, and
> the one problem I cannot solve, yet, is when they do something like you
> just mentioned: they drag and drop a dialog somewhere, close it, undock
> it, or I'm not sure what they are doing exactly...and then anytime they
> start GIS on that same machine that dialog is no where to be found (and
> for the life of me I cannot find how to turn it back on for them). I
> have struggled all term with this. One example are the Properties
> dialog windows in the Print Composer - students do something it seems to
> close these, and they can never be seen ever again.
> I know, maybe this is solved in QGIS 2.2, but I just wanted to give you
> this feedback. I love QGIS, but this one thing keeps coming back to
> bite me in the butt. Ha.
> Talk soon my friend,
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