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Help requests / Re: Trouble Loading Theme
« on: 15 October 2017, 20:47:25 »
Ok it works like that. You also cleared up a few things, thanks! :D

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Help requests / Trouble Loading Theme
« on: 15 October 2017, 18:51:25 »
Hi,
I've been trying to use themes. At first I thought it was me, but then I tried running the scalable example and I got the same error. It seems the program does not manage to find the theme file.
This is the full path to Black.txt : "C:\Users\charles\TGUI\widgets\Black.txt"

I'm using tgui-0.7.5 and VS 2017.

Thanks

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Installation help / Re: Cannot open file 'tgui-d.lib'
« on: 06 October 2017, 02:21:53 »
In case you see something.

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Installation help / Re: Cannot open file 'tgui-d.lib'
« on: 06 October 2017, 01:54:59 »
This is the exact message.

The Debug folder was created when I ran cMake, so I find it a little odd that it is there if it should not be. I think I`ll try rebuilding TGUI...


edit: tried rebuilding the solution and I still get the same error. Same happens if I try to use the pre compiled libraries.

edit2: created a new project and managed to make that one compile. Still do not know where the previous error came from, but thanks for your help nonetheless! :)

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Installation help / Re: Cannot open file 'tgui-d.lib'
« on: 05 October 2017, 13:18:45 »
The tgui-d.lib file is inside the debug folder, which is in the lib folder. If I move it directly into the lib folder, I get a "cannot open file *\TGUI-test.exe" error, which I'm unsure is an improvement. In any case, here's the file.

Thanks for your time.

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Installation help / Cannot open file 'tgui-d.lib'
« on: 05 October 2017, 05:54:06 »
I get this error when I try to compile the simple test program from the "minimal code" tutorial. I've got the SFML and TGUI include directories added, as well as the libraries.  I also made sure to put the dll in the project folder. Lastly, I know SFML is working as I've ran some code using it before installing TGUI.
Anything I forgot to do?

edit: v 0.8-dev

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