--- Comment #2 from Marjan Mrak <> ---

thank YOU for the compliment, too. :)

I am developer myself and I went on to implement those requests; I was able
to insert "Puzzle Image" item into background selection combobox, but MOC
files are currently out of my scope and principles behind them. I used to
do some stuff in Qt, but I'd have to refresh my knowledge again.

What I'd like to know is: which IDE is used for Palapeli development?

I tried to import project into KDEvelop, but since it's CMAKE-d, I am not
(yet) able to build project from it. I am however able to debug it.

Kidn regards,
Marjan Mrak

2018-03-03 4:56 GMT+01:00 Ian Wadham <>:

> Ian Wadham <> changed:
>            What    |Removed                     |Added
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> ----------------
>            Severity|normal                      |wishlist
>                  CC|                            |
> --- Comment #1 from Ian Wadham <> ---
> Thanks for the compliment!
> These are both good ideas, but there is no longer anybody around to
> implement
> them, unless you yourself have coding experience. If you have and would
> like to
> give it a go, I can help you with advice on how the Palapeli code works,
> where
> to fit in your changes and how to provide end-user controls for them.
> I was the last person to add features to Palapeli, but am retired from
> coding
> now.
> I was also toying with an idea to lock/unlock a magnified view in the
> Preview
> window, so that you could move the mouse elsewhere and place a piece or two
> while still seeing the solution details for that part of the puzzle.
> --
> You are receiving this mail because:
> You reported the bug.

You are receiving this mail because:
You are watching all bug changes.

Reply via email to