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All directories exist, but the Run button is not enabled. What could I be doing wrongly?

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    Which version of doxygen are you using. As far as I can tell you didn't specify a doxygen settings file (Doxyfile) on startup and also didn't save the settings you made.
    – albert
    Dec 14, 2022 at 18:34
  • v 1.9.2 (latest is 1.9.5, but I doubt if that makes a difference). No, I did not specify a setting file, nor did I save my settings. I ought to be able to enter my settings manually first time. If they work - which they don't - then I will save them. I just don't understand what is going wrong here, DoxyWizard has worked just fine on other project s n the past
    – Mawg
    Dec 19, 2022 at 17:32
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    I don't think there won't be a lot differences for your problem between the 1.9.2 and 1.9.5 version. But probably the the reason lies in the reason I gave, maybe in the past you did do a save / start with a Doxyfile.
    – albert
    Dec 19, 2022 at 18:42
  • Thanks for the reply. There is no Doxygen config file in it's bin directory, nor in the source code directory. I am also not sure why it would make a difference, if I don't load it
    – Mawg
    Dec 19, 2022 at 19:30
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    To run doxygen a settings file is necessary, so from the wizard (when not starting with a settings file) one has to save the file to be able to run doxygen.
    – albert
    Dec 20, 2022 at 8:58

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I can't believe this remains an issue in version 1.10.0. Fortunately, I've wrestled with this anew a few times before. You MUST first save your configuration (doxygen settings file Doxyfile) to your "working directory" BEFORE the 'Run doxygen' button is enabled.

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