This section is meant to answer frequently asked questions about Kig that I get from users. If you still have any questions or think a question is missing here, please let me know.
- How can I import a macro file?
- Once you have a macro file, you can import it into Kig using one of these instructions (tailored for a typical Linux system):
- Global installation (requires the root privileges), install a macro for every Kig users on that machine: place it in $KDEDIR/share/apps/kig/builtin-macros/. The new macro(s) will be available in Kig the next time you start Kig.
- Local installation, install a macro only for the user which installed it: in Kig, select , click on the Import button, select the macro file(s) you want to import, and you're done.
- You can find some Kig macros in the Macro Repository.
- Is it possible to edit a Python script? How?
- It is possible with Kig 0.10.6 (shipped with KDE 3.5.4) and above versions. To edit a Python script, just right click on the object produced by the script, and select . Then edit the script and a click on will apply your changes.
- Have a look at the Kig Python scripting API Documentation.
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