OK, just downloaded and compiled...
Looks pretty snazzy (QT4 and the green icons are a breath of fresh air)
2 of my pet peeves about this program are still there:
1- No American paper sizes listed in Document Preferences or the Print dialog (yes, there is a "Custom" size, but seriously...).
2- In "Print Preview" the scaling options are listed as inches to inches, when it should include inches to feet (e.g. 1 inch = 10 feet)
The most common architectural scale (in the US, anyways) for normal house plans is 1 inch = 4 feet, but that ratio isn't in the menu, so I have to enter it manually.
LibreCAD has a "Custom" size listed in the print dialog, QCAD doesn't.
Now I can finally make 36" x 24" PDF's that are in scale.
That's almost a deal-maker right there...
Can't figure out how to change the icons.
Minor annoyance, but I wonder how long those green icons are going to seem "cute".
In LibreCAD's print preview, the scale box is empty until you click it, then it shows the menu.
After entering in my standard 1" = 48", it resizes the preview correctly, but the box goes blank again.
I'm sure that's a VERY minor issue that's going to take a few keystrokes to fix, but it's a bug nonetheless.
Overall, I've got good feelings about LibreCAD, I think I'll keep it...
Thanks for the tip, Bob99!!
EDIT: I just found the PNG files for the icons.
Prolly easy enough to make the colors into something a bit more subtle, but it would be better to give the option to change them from within the application rather than have to re-compile.