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On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 02:44:10PM +0100, Hilbert, Sebastian wrote:
> > > bad: arriba is offered as a tool even though it is not
> > > installed. since they don't provide just a binary one has to
> > > frop it into a folder which is in PATH to make it start
> > Suggestions ?
> Grey it out unless it is detected for a start.
> > > However since it is not installed it will not be started.
> > > installing it does not bring it up either. configuring the
> > > path to freediams from inside GNUmed does not help either
> > This is not yet supported. Put it in the PATH.
> Can we reflect the unsupported state (Windows only ?) somehow. It is confusing
> to have the option while it does not seem to do anything (I might have missed
> tooltips). Remove the configuration option from the GNUmed UI ?