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  1. Hi I love spriter and used it in with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS which worked perfect. Now switched to Ubuntu 17.10. First of all, there is only gstreamer1.0 available, fixed it with: But it still does not start, getting: Install xcb with: sudo apt-get install libxcb1 and also installed QT5 But still no luck. Can you please compile against newer version or can anyone tell me how to fix, really like to use Spriter again!
  2. I looked for documentation on how to accomplish an install on Ubuntu 16.04 but couldn't find any, not even for Ubuntu 14, can somebody point me in the right direction?
  3. R6_1(64) (Free) doesn't run in Kubuntu 15.04 Two kind of errors, one easily fixable, but the other not: 1) Permissions. The downloaded Spriter_free.tar.gz package has several libraries (lib*.so and lib*.so.*) with wrong permissions. While the majority of them have permissions 755 (correct), some like libsteam_api.so among others, have permissions 600 (i.e., only rw for owner and nothing for others) or 664 or even 664. If we unpack Spriter_free.tar.gz in our $HOME directory and then copy the resulting directory to e.g. /opt/, then when we run Sprite like so: /opt/SpriterR6_
  4. I tried the 64bit Linux version on Ubuntu 14.x... The Linux machine is a virtual machine running on Hyper-V. It does not have graphics hardware acceleration, but it has two CPU cores and 4GB of RAM assigned, which should be enough (on the host are way more resources available). I connect via RDP to the machine (installed xRDP and XFCE to get this working). I am able to run Spriter; I can create a new project from a directory... all sprites are properly loaded. The frame window appears white right from the beginning; the vertical and horizontal lines that illustrate the center of the view
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