I was browsing the PCGen code while trying to figure something els out and I came accross the code that seems to do this in PCGenFrame.java line 1636
What it seems to do is:
sec15.append(readTextFromFile(ConfigurationSettings.getSystemsDir() + File.separator + "opengaminglicense.10a.txt"));
I've checked and the opengaminglicense.10a.txt exists in the right location. My guess would be that maybe File.separator is incorrectly determined?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Eric C Smith <maredudd@...> wrote:
> Ho Folks!
> James Dempsey wrote:
> > >>> 3) Just like the rsrd (see my message from Jan 11), I get an empty licence screen on start up. Where should it get this licence from? I don't know if the CMP datasets provide any. I might not have put it in the right location, or it might just not be there. Maybe if it can't find a licence, it should not display the screen?
> > >> I'll need to investigate. This may be a code UI bug/Freq - I suspect the new UI isn't hooked up for
> > >> it any longer.
> > > I do have LICENCE text in the .pcc files and ISLICENCED:YSE
> > As this also happens in the rsrd, and it works for me in the Windows
> > version, I am suspecting a Mac packaging issue. Eric, could you comment
> > on this one please?
> I've loaded the PFCR with the "Show OGL License" preference turned on and get a blank dialog box.
> I then went in and added the ISLICENSED:YES and LICENSE:This is a test to the PFCR PCC and got a blank OGL dialog and a blank Special License dialog.
> It looks like it may be a Mac issue, though I'm not sure how it could be a Mac packaging issue as I don't do an actual build from the code but use the pcgenx.x.x_full.zip file as the basic mac application and wrap the Mac app stuff around it.